Wuggubun was a beautiful small indigenous community just west of Kununurra that have opened up the front of their land as a camp ground. It was a very calm and welcoming place that we bloody loved. Amy, an elder from the community came to visit us one night and gave us a massive Barramundi that she'd caught that day on a hand line (she'd caught 6 in total, because she's a legend). This piece is of the peachy Eucalyptus trees that stood through the camp ground, they had just shed their grey bark and were looking so silky and naked.

This is an original watercolour painting on beautiful Indian handmade paper. It has a medium texture and a decal edge. It measures 21cm x 29.7cm (A4 size)

PLEASE NOTE: I am travelling Australia in a camper with my family. Due to the nature of travelling if I am not located in a town at the time that you purchase I will not be able to send your piece until we come to the next town. For this reason PLEASE ALLOW UP TO 2 WEEKS before postage.