Lillup Dreaming - Green is by Karen Bird. Colors include shades of green, blue, periwinkle, red, yellow, and white. 100% cotton fabric. 44”/45” wide.
$12.30/yard. Price listed above is for 1/2 yard.
Please order in 1/2 yard increments. One unit = 1/2 yard of fabric. 2 units = 1 yard of fabric.
Karen Bird is a skillful artist from Utopia. Her work is neat and attractive. She depicted the Alura Seed very colorfully. Alura seed is abundant in Utopia, as Wind carries it almost everywhere. In her artwork, Karen depicted change of color of seeds from winter to summer and again from summer to winter. The seeds glow in winter and in summer the flow reduces. The change is shown by Karen very clearly. In Utopia Plum Seeds are abundant and as a result of hand-printed fabric has been getting popularity among the Aboriginal people and others. Alura is a place in Utopia and Lillup is another Aboriginal name for Alura. —M & S Textiles Australia
Aboriginal Art is one of the more ancient traditional arts in the world, going back approximately 50,000 years. In early days, Aboriginals did cave painting, rock painting, and sand or ground painting. The newer generations use acrylic paints on canvas to portray their Dreamtime. These Aboriginal artworks are sought after not only in Australia but worldwide. According to Aboriginal mythology, Dreamtime is the era when the world was dark. There was nothing on earth; the soil was soft. This was when the forefathers sprang up from underneath the soil and started building most of the requirements for their needs and that of future generations. They built mountains, rivers, waterholes, trees, and light gardens. —M & S Textiles Australia