Scarf | Mitjili Napurrula | Black on White
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The Watiya Tjuta tree in Mitjili Napurrula’s paintings is her father’s Tjukurrpa (dreaming) in Ilyingaungau country (Gibson Desert). This was passed down to her by her mother in the same way, drawing the story as it is told in the traditional way.
Made with thin and light organic cotton, this scarf is the perfect wearable piece of art whether its a steamy summer day or a chilly winter morning.
70 x 200cm
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