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By Chern’ee Sutton
Age – 21 years
Size – 101cm wide X 151cm high
Medium – Acrylic and textured acrylic on canvas

The Woman of the Bush - Yamma-Coona

My name is Chern’ee Sutton and I am a contemporary Indigenous artist from the Kalkadoon people from the Mount Isa area in Queensland.

This painting is called “Yamma-Coona” which means “The Woman of the Bush” in the Kalkadoon language.

In Kalkadoon country the song of Yamma-Coona can be heard, it is the thread that binds all things together. It can be heard as a whisper sung across the landscape, it can be heard blowing through the tree’s and it can be seen skipping invisibly across the billabongs and rivers forming little ripples.

Yamma-Coona is the Woman of the bush who alluringly sings a nameless tune.


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