ADA PARRY - DRY SEASON WITH FIRES GOING THROUGH
Acrylic on Belgian Linen | 75cm x 60cm
During the dry season the country changes due to the lack of rain. This can be seen through the colours in this painting. The brown and yellows represent the dry land burning for the new green shoots to come through. The colour red symbolises the bush fires, while the black and white represent the ashes falling from the fires to the blackened earth.
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