The Painting of “Bungles” represents the Bungle Bungles in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. The remarkable “beehive” domes of Purnulu National Park are the result of 20 million years of weathering on the layers of iron-coloured sandstone. It displays the way in which the rocky outcrops have eroded in layers. The narrow canyons made up of eroded sandstone towers. The coloured bands result from the weathering of different rock layers. The painting also acknowledges a continuous heritage of 20,000 years for the Kija Aboriginal People.
Bungles and was painted in 2007 and there are approximately 300,000 individual dots on this piece measuring 1000mm x 1400mm
I hereby certify that this painting titled “Bungles” is a reproduction of an original painting by Daniel Romaine.
This original artwork was created by Daniel William Shenstone Romaine in Pomona Queensland.
The copyright for this work belongs solely to the artist.
Apart from any uses permitted under the copyright act 1968. no part may be reproduced by any process without written permission obtainable only via the artist Daniel Romaine.
Date: 11th October 2012
Size: 4 panels 1000mm x 1400mm
Medium: Acrylic stretched canvas