Stars in the Sky Purple Australian Aboriginal fabric by Geraldine Riley
Stars in the Sky Purple Australian Aboriginal fabric by Geraldine Riley shows white stars in the purple night sky, with a fine line blue star. This Australian Aboriginal fabric is printed on 100 % soft hand cotton that is 42" wide. It is ideally suited for quilting, garments, home decor and other fabric crafts.
Geraldine Riley has a very distinctive skill to represent nature and the Milky Way. Her well-meaning from the small and tiny dots represent Milky Way which is beautiful. The neat dots of circles and lines are another skill added to her excellent artwork. The shiny dotted circle shows Geraldine’s profound artistic talent.
She depicted two Milky Way mines which are represented on both sides of the circular mine. Circular dots in the center represent mining. She depicts it as the first astronomer mining the two Milky Ways. A long time ago, before the Milky Way was created there was an astronomer who built the milky way. He started to create this by mining milky ways in the galaxy.