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Follow The Stars – Aboriginal Art – Grace Brown

This is an original hand painted aboriginal art by Grace Brown on quality canvas.

An added free extra – Framed in white wooden shadow box and ready to hang.

Grace was inspired by the night sky and what stories she has learnt from her ancestors. She loves being away from towns and cities with lights as the night sky isn’t as brilliant. It is wide and beautiful and really bright in the outback. You can read it better and stare for hours. Even though most Aboriginal people appear not to have practised celestial navigation using the stars, there is evidence that they could travel at night by the stars, but preferred not to do so.

The stars helped Aboriginal people predict what was happening in the world around them. Some Aboriginal people use the sky as a calendar to tell them when it’s time to move to a new place and a new food supply. The path of the Sun, Moon and planets is widely known across many Aboriginal regions. It is generally seen as a road or pathway for the primary ancestor spirits.

In most Aboriginal cultures, the Sun is a woman and the Moon is a man. Some Aboriginal communities describe the Sun-woman pursuing the Moonman across the sky from day to day, occasionally meeting during an eclipse.

 

 

Follow The Stars

Grace Brown

AUD$750
Size: 76w x 76h x 5d cms
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Framed in white wooden shadow box

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Additional Information

Follow The Stars – Aboriginal Art – Grace Brown

This is an original hand painted aboriginal art by Grace Brown on quality canvas.

An added free extra – Framed in white wooden shadow box and ready to hang.

Grace was inspired by the night sky and what stories she has learnt from her ancestors. She loves being away from towns and cities with lights as the night sky isn’t as brilliant. It is wide and beautiful and really bright in the outback. You can read it better and stare for hours. Even though most Aboriginal people appear not to have practised celestial navigation using the stars, there is evidence that they could travel at night by the stars, but preferred not to do so.

The stars helped Aboriginal people predict what was happening in the world around them. Some Aboriginal people use the sky as a calendar to tell them when it’s time to move to a new place and a new food supply. The path of the Sun, Moon and planets is widely known across many Aboriginal regions. It is generally seen as a road or pathway for the primary ancestor spirits.

In most Aboriginal cultures, the Sun is a woman and the Moon is a man. Some Aboriginal communities describe the Sun-woman pursuing the Moonman across the sky from day to day, occasionally meeting during an eclipse.