One of a collection of prints poster prints created by Two Sisters Talking.

 

Brolgas (purralka) are connected to country by dancing with a style that is dainty ad elegant. They are always seen in pairs or groups and are known to mate for life. This painting depicts the Channel Country after good, flooding rains. The brolgas are walking in the lignum (yatyalka – a native scrub) among the yellow daisies and eating plant foods including wild onion (yalka).

Brolgas in the Channel Country (Print)

$25.00Price
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