by Brett Wilson
Acrylic on stretched canvas.
75cm x 100cm.
Please note colour may not represent accurately on your screen.
One day an old Woman was walking with three dingoes, as she walked she was dragging a digging stick that was scratching making a track in the ground . Near by was a large snake of many colours sleeping. The sound of the digging stick woke the big snake so he came down from the hills slithering and sliding, he was very angry. He thrusted from side to side deepening the track, after it rained it created a river wide and deep. That’s how the Murray River was made, stretching all the way to the Ocean.
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