Silk scarf | Kalaru by Nancy Nyanjilpayi Chapman | One of Twelve
This stunning 100% Silk Scarf features the artwork Kalaru by Nancy Nyanjilpayi Chapman. A perfect gift of wearable art to adorn your neck, upstyle your hair, or hang on the wall in that special space.
Nancy Nyanjilpayi Chapman is a prolific painter of the Country around Punmu and the mid-sections of the Canning Stock Route. Known for her exquisitely fine dot work, Chapman’s paintings are held in the collections of major institutions including the National Gallery of Victoria.
In Kalaru, Chapman depicts the edible native succulent kalaru (samphire). Kalaru grows in abundance around the warla (salt lakes) and lyinji (clay pans) of Chapman’s Country.
One of Twelve is an Australian organisation that showcases the work of emerging and established artists from the Asia Pacific region. They are dedicated to celebrating and contributing to the art sector of this region through the production of beautiful, wearable art in the form of vibrant, 100% silk ties. These ties a produced through working directly with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art centres, whose important, empowering work is essential to their communities. Every artist that collaborates with the organisation receives royalties from your purchase.
110 x 110cm
100% silk satin with hand rolled edges
Presented in a beautiful gift box
Accompanied by a card, detailing the artist’s work and practice.
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