Artwork Description

This painting refers to Linda Siddick who, at 8 years old was travelling with to the East with members of her tribe. They came across a windmill near Mt Liebig . The witchdoctor (with the white face) declared it was a “mamu” evil spirit and he ordered the young men to throw spears at him. The windmill continued to go around and they decided to leave. It was, for these people, their very first encounter with the presence of the new comers, the white men.

This painting needs to be framed. It's also being sent direct from the artist at the Central Desert. Please expect a slightly longer wait for this very special artwork to arrive.

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Medium

Acrylic on canvas

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