Artist: Nathan Patterson
Story: Bush Camp

Red Dust Camp
This section features 3 Campsites with people sitting around the fire. Sharing Culture, Stories & Knowledge.
Gumtree Flowers 
This section depicts the flowering Gum tree as the cold weather ends and Spring begins.
Hunters Tracks
This section depicts  Hunters tracking Kangaroo &  Emu through the scrub.
Riverbank 
This section represents a flowing River. without Water there is no life. Many days where spent along the rivers edge Swimming or fishing.
Ochre
Ochre has been used for thousands of years by our Ancestors, whether to paint our Bodies for dance or ceremony or to paint our Art it is an integral part of Aboriginal Culture.
Bush Camp - By Nathan Patterson

Ochre Scarf

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Elegance wherever you go- our chiffon scarves have a lovely lightweight feel and drapes beautifully, making it the perfect accessory to your morning or evening look.

Style: Lighweight Scarf
Fabric: 100% Polyester - Light Chiffon
Dimensions:  43cm (W) x 145cm (H)
Artist: Nathan Patterson
Story: Bush Camp

Artist: Nathan Patterson
Story: Bush Camp

Red Dust Camp
This section features 3 Campsites with people sitting around the fire. Sharing Culture, Stories & Knowledge.
Gumtree Flowers 
This section depicts the flowering Gum tree as the cold weather ends and Spring begins.
Hunters Tracks
This section depicts  Hunters tracking Kangaroo &  Emu through the scrub.
Riverbank 
This section represents a flowing River. without Water there is no life. Many days where spent along the rivers edge Swimming or fishing.
Ochre
Ochre has been used for thousands of years by our Ancestors, whether to paint our Bodies for dance or ceremony or to paint our Art it is an integral part of Aboriginal Culture.
Bush Camp - By Nathan Patterson

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