|Title||Reflection After The Rainfall|
Acrylic on Walka board
|Dimensions||90 × 90 cm|
|Art Centre||Maruku Arts →|
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Tanya Singer was born in Mparntwe (Alice Springs) in 1977 and lives on her family outstation of Railway Bore near the South Australian, APY community of Indulkana. She creates works on canvas and punu with a contemporary interpretation, and innovative use of materials and mark-making.
Reflection after the Rainfall portrays the reflection in the water. After big rains the water forms smaller and bigger puddles that display often a very calm surface after the big storm has settled down. On these calm surfaces reflections appear of grass, bushes and flowers that grow and blossom nurtured by the rain. The painting reflects this circle of life, the rain and the growth. Tanya Singer uses a special technique to achieve the impression of the reflection in the water.