Baby blanket | Keturah Nangala Zimran | Puli puli stones

The ancient Australian landscape with it?s eroded forms and organic shapes provides motivation for Keturah?s art. In this work Keturah depicts the natural rock formations (puli) found in and around Haasts Bluff.

These beautiful baby blankets are available in either cool or warm tones to suit any crib, but either one is perfect for wrapping up your little one and keeping them toasty during the colder months.

80 x 100cm
100% cotton

Artist information: 


Language: Arrernte, Luritja, Pintupi
Community: Haasts Bluff
Artwork themes: Puli Puli (Rocks), Puli Puli and Tali Tali (Rocks and Sandhills)

Keturah was born in Haasts Bluff in 1978. She is the youngest daughter of Molly Napaltjarri Jugadai and Smithy Zimran.

Coming from a lineage of established artists, Keturah began painting seriously in 2005. Developing her own distinctive and bold style, she is fast becoming renowned both nationally and internationally.  Most notably, her work is now a part of the Parliament House Collection and has been a finalist in numerous art awards including the 2019 Vincent Lingiari Award.

?The sand hills I paint are my mother?s story and the rocks I paint are my own story. My paintings are about my story and my mother?s.?


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