We have run out of stock for this item.

This painting will be sent rolled and not stretched on a frame. Postage is FREE Australia-wide. For international customers, a postage invoice will be sent to you after your payment is received. If you would like a postage cost before purchasing please contact us with your address and country. Please see our postage page for full details.

By Brooke Sutton                           
Age – 16 years                             
Size – 120cm wide X 120cm high    
Medium – Acrylic and textured acrylic on canvas

Conkerberry - Yalpungu

My name is Brooke Sutton and I am a contemporary Indigenous artist from the Kalkadoon people from Mount Isa in Queensland. This painting is called “Yalpungu” which means “Conkerberry” in the Kalkadoon language.

The fruit on the conkerberry bush is plentiful and has a slight sweet taste like a grape. It can also be stored and dried and eaten like a sultana. The Kalkadoon people would also scrape the roots and soak this in water and drink the mixture for aches and pains. The wood was also burnt as a mosquito repellent. In my painting the different colours represent the different seasons and colours of the flowers and fruit as they ripen.

Left Continue shopping
Your Order

You have no items in your cart