BSPGY Bush Sweet Potato Gray by Audrey Martin Napanangka for M & S Textiles.Australian Aboriginals are by tradition hunters and gatherers. Women collect bush food from the forest and men hunt wild animals for food. The Bush Potato is a large plant and cracks develop in time around this big plant. The women dig for Bush Potato in the cracks around the plant, pull out the big root and cook it in hot earth and eat it. The print depicts colorful flowering bush potato plants and women are sitting with coolamon and digging sticks. Bush Potato plants grow surrounding the waterhole which is represented by the concentric circle.