This signed Karen Bird Aboriginal Art tells the story of "Women's Ceremony". With beautiful colours that work well together and captivate the eye, her designs are only available to a select few. Her Aboriginal Artworks sell fast, do not miss out! Karen's biography is captured below.
Details of Painting:
- Acrylic on canvas
- Painting is not framed and comes rolled
- Sizing: 2000 x 1100 (approx.)
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About Karen Bird
Born in 1984 Karen is a young and aspiring female artist whose artworks are highly sought after. A descendant of the world-famous Utopian artist family and a significant Aboriginal Artist. Her father was a senior elder for Ilkawerne country and a well-established Utopian Artist (Lindsay Bird).
Karen’s artworks have featured in exhibitions across Australia and in the USA.
Karen’s designs are well-known to depict Dreamtime stories that include, ‘Awelye’ (Women’s ceremony and Body Paint Designs) as well as ‘Alpar’(rat-tail plant) and ‘Bush Tucker'. Her paintings display brilliant and bright colours and designs that capture important features of her homeland.
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