October – scorched Elephant Ear wattle leaves, [ Acacia dunnii ], 30x41cm, oil on linen

Acacia dunnii
Common name: Elephant Ear Wattle. Grows in dry regions in open woodlands. Bright yellow flowers. Widely grown as an ornamental. Leaves used by Aboriginal people for wrapping foods such as lily seeds. Found in Top End and Victoria River District of northern Western Australia.

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