David Booth
Artist and performer

David Booth is from the  Warramungu people, North East of Tennant Creek, NT, has traditional links to the
Yuggera people in Brisbane, QLD, and resides with his family in Adelaide.

David has been playing the Didgeridoo and performing traditional dance since the age of 10. He is also an established artist and shares his stories through various forms of artwork. Dave uses his art as a time to reflect on his environment and observe the changes that occur as each season transitions, inspired by nature.

Aboriginal people hold the knowledge to find and manage water, and have passed this knowledge down through thousands of years.  Water management has always been an important part of Aboriginal survival.

David paints his signature Waterhole Stories about the many changing facets of the Waterhole, that gives life to so many.

“Sunset Waterholes”
 
An aerial view.
A patterned depiction of the patterns on the surface of the waterholes.
Spring is celebrating the quiet before the rains.
The grasses and bush are fresh with new growth, the fish and birdlife are abundant and it is peaceful

Medium: Acrylic on canvas Catalogue no
Size:
Photographed at Glenelg Art Gallery
“Spring Waterholes”
 
An aerial view.
A patterned depiction of the patterns on the surface of the waterholes.
Spring is celebrating the quiet before the rains.
The grasses and bush are fresh with new growth, the fish and birdlife are abundant and it is peaceful

Medium: Acrylic on canvas Catalogue no DAA040
Size: 219 x 130cm
Photographed at Glenelg Art Gallery
David Booth “My Country” 124 x 54cm SOLD