Lorna Shaun, Drought, 2020, 76.2 cm x 76.2cm, acrylic paint, dry and earth pigment on linen.
"On Bama Land the Kuku Yalanji people have our own calendar with six seasons. The habits of the trees, plants, flowers and animals show us the changing of the seasons and when it's time to hunt and gather for certain foods. Rising temperatures, drier land, hotter fires and loss of habitat are changing the natural cycles we live by."
Yalanji Arts. Catalogue: 7-20