An acrylic painting featuring a series of concentric circles made up of white dots against a brown background. Each set of circles are connected by a series of white dots set in lines. The background features sets of yellow, red and white dots. The reverse features a hand drawn image of the painting, explaining that the circles are campsites and the lines are tracks. Handwritten in ink is also an explanation of the painting. The explanation has the title "Campsite Dreaming". There is also a framer's stamp, and the text: "TOAAC 9372". "BUSH MYTHS ©" appears stamped in black on the reverse. the name "JO[MM?]Y JONES / NO V96" also appears in handwriting. The work is under glass, and is in a wooden frame. A wooden insert is stapled to the inside of the frame at the reverse.
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