This painting has been photographed hanging in our Southport (Gold Coast) Gallery. It is on canvas, stretched over a wooden stretcher bar and has been done by the artist using natural ochre and pigments.
Usually we deliver paintings rolled into a tube free of any additional freight charge to any place around the world. This painting however need to be delivered stretched. It cannot be rolled safely.
Delivery to Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast, the Gold Coast area down to Byron Bay is free. To any other place we need to use a specialised Art Transport company or build a box to safely secure the painting. The additional cost toSydney, Melbourne and Adelaide is AUD300 and to overseas AUD1,000.
Phyllis paints about a time long ago where people of different cultural backgrounds travelled on their horses and camels through Gija country - Phyllis says that these were the gardiya (white people) and Afghan people.
Represented as the two black bold figures, laid on a plain background of green pigments on each side of the painting, this is what Phyllis describes as the animals and the people that came travelling through our land.Located within the middle of the artwork, where pink ochre outlines the sharp edges and long thick oval shape.