Dianne Robinson depicts the eggs of Nganngi, the burrowing water carrying frog. These are found in creek beds and on the wet side of sand dunes. The original artwork is over a metre tall.
Dianne Robinson is emerging as one of Australia's most talented artists. She is widely exhibited across Australia and was shortlisted in 2008 for the SALA contemporary art prize. Tali Gallery exhibits paintings by this artist which can be found on our Art Website.
Standard Size - Blank Inside