Follow the story of Kun-Man-Gur, the Rainbow Serpent as he helped his children the flying foxes when the world was new. How he chased away silly Kinbul the bat and the toadfish Ngar-in-gara because they were so rude to the flying foxes.
To this day Kun-Man-Gur the Rainbow Serpent puts the hollow bamboo to his mouth and blows flying foxes all over the earth.
James Cowan has spent much of his life exploring the world of traditional people, such as the Berbers, the Taureg and the Aborigines. He spent a decade in Europe and America before returning to Australia.
Bronwyn Bancroft, a descendant of the Bundjalung tribe of northern New South Wales, is considered to be an important artistic spokesperson for her people. Her work has been represented in many galleries and collections throughout the world.