Silk tie | Waran by Minyawe Miller | One of Twelve
Minyawe Miller travelled vast stretches of Martu Country with his family during pujiman (traditional, bush dwelling) times. They traversed the expansive sandhill country between water sources, hunting and gathering bush foods along the way. The rhythmic linear dotting in this work represents the tali (sandhills) of the area surrounding Waran. This significant site sits within Minyawe Miller’s ngurra (home Country).
This beautiful silk tie comes with an amazing story and is presented in a giftbox which also includes an artist card, detailing their work and practice.
100% silk satin with cotton padding and silk lining
145cm end to end
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