Makuru Season Print

From Djarliny's Noongar Six Seasons collection

'Makuru Season'

"Makuru is one of the six Noongar seasons and represents the months of June and July. It is the season that is known as the first rain and the fertility season. Clouds, thunder and lightning dance across the sky during the season of Makuru, and at the beginning of Djilba season. The Makuru season is now at the peak of the rain and cold weather. Due to the reliability of the water supply, Noongar people moved to inland hunting areas." - Djarliny

A2 fine art print from an original canvas painting.

Limited edition of 100, signed by the artist.

Origin: Made in Western Australia

Materials: Fine art giclee print - 100% cotton, textured, genuine Aquarelle Rag weighing 310g/m2, pure white with no OBA's (Optical Brightening Agents)

Dimensions: A2 size - H 42cm x W 59.4cm (image size H 31.6cm x W 53.5cm)

Note: Print only - frame not included

Packaging: Comes with foam backing in a cello bag