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  • Images on this site are copyright
  • All prints in this collection are being sold as Limited-Edition Prints
  • They are printed using archival quality inks
  • The prints are produced on off-white quality 100% Canson Cotton Rag Paper guaranteeing exceptional longevity for the life of the product
  • All prints are accompanied by a certificate signed by the artist and details of the usage of the plant by Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
  • All prints appear in the recently released book – “Australian Bush-plant Usage by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people,” by author and artist – Bill Ivinson. It is available through all Amazon book outlets
  • Bill is a highly respected Aboriginal Elder who has family language group ties with Murrin-Ger people in the Northern Territory and Murrinjabin people of Darnley Island in the Torres Strait
  • The collection has taken 34 years to complete and is now available for others to share.

Elders information:

The bright green leaves which are very large and thick are used to hold and wrap foods when cooked. They were also heated on hot stones or coals and held against sore parts of bodies for the relief of muscle aches and strains and headaches. The stems are used in pipe making with crab claws as a bowl told tobacco. It grows to around 2 meters and is a spreading shrub. Flowers occur from June to November and are white and tubular.

Ltd Ed Print Fish-Plate Shrub – Guettarda speciosa

Bill Ivinson

AUD$128
Size: 29.7w x 42h cms

Limited Edition print (30) using archival quality inks produced on off-white quality 100% Canson Infinity Cotton Rag

Certificate signed by the artist and details of usage of the plant by Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people

Unframed

In stock

Sold By: Bill Ivinson

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