Moon and Stars
“In the Dreamtime . . . Many centuries ago, two aboriginal women were working in a grassy field, culling the wildflowers and weaving their stems into garlands for self-decoration. On this same field was an Ancestor Spirit of the Dreamtime, practicing the throwing of his magic boomerangs...”
This beautiful aboriginal piece of art was painted by the Australian artist Noel Doyle.
The puzzle comes still enclosed in its original cellophane with a poster, and booklets describing the original painting and other artworks by the same author Noel Doyle.
Noel Doyle, (1952- ), is a “murri” aborigine, who was born in Mount Isa, QLD, but has lived in the Cape York Penisula region since 15 years of age. "How the Rainbow, Moon and Stars Were created” jigsaw puzzle is a colourful and unique reflection of the traditional “storytelling” style of indigenous art.
- Artist: Noel Doyle
- Clan: Conjanue Tribe
- 500 pieces
- Finished Dimensions: 50cm x 35cm
- Recommended Ages: 10 years old to adult
- Difficulty Level: 6/10(adult)
- Made in Australia