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M&S Textiles - WBC Womens Business - Charcoal by E. Young
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In Aboriginal culture, certain customs and practices are performed separately in a language group between men and women. These separate businesses are often referred to as men’s business and women’s business. These businesses are carried out under strict guidance of unwritten Aboriginal laws. E. Young us a well-known artist from Northern Territory. She uses bright and vibrant colors for her artworks. Her work depicts land, flora and fauna with a flavor of traditional Aboriginal culture. With her expertise, Young used her strong color sense in Women’s Business artwork. In the natural environment woman are sitting around the waterholes with coolamon and digging sticks. Wildflowers are visible with bright colors around in the area. Patch workers and quilters love her design


In Aboriginal culture, certain customs and practices are performed separately in a language group between men and women. These separate businesses are often referred to as men’s business and women’s business. These businesses are carried out under strict guidance of unwritten Aboriginal laws. E. Young us a well-known artist from Northern Territory. She uses bright and vibrant colors for her artworks. Her work depicts land, flora and fauna with a flavor of traditional Aboriginal culture. With her expertise, Young used her strong color sense in Women’s Business artwork. In the natural environment woman are sitting around the waterholes with coolamon and digging sticks. Wildflowers are visible with bright colors around in the area. Patch workers and quilters love her design

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