Original acrylic on canvas. Professionally framed in a Tasmanian oak float frame ready to hang and signed on the back by Natalie Jade.
Dimensions - 61 x 76 cms
In aboriginal culture men and women had different roles in ceremonies and in everyday living.
This painting represents the women’s roles in child rearing and use of the coolamon that was used to rock the baby to sleep and also to carry food and water.