Title: Mulga Seeds Dreaming
Artist: Ronnie Bird Jungala
Medium: Acrylic on canvas, unframed
Painting size: 90 x 60 cm unframed
COA and pictures of the artist holding and signing her work will be provide
A long lived Acacia that has been recorded over 100 years old. This Acacia was one of the most valuable plants for the local Aboriginals as well as the early settlers. Flowers appear as a profuse golden rods in winter and spring.Traditional uses by the indigenous people include grinding the seed to make a flour or edible paste when moistened.
The sweet exudation, produced by the plant is either sucked straight from the tree or dissolved in water to make a refreshing drink.
It was referred to by the early settlers as Bush Lollies.