Silk Scarf | Titjikala by Doris Thomas | Tangentyere Artists
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Doris Thomas was born just south of Alice Springs before moving with her family to the community of Titjikala. A truly versatile artist, Doris has utilised a broad range of media to create here stunning work including carving, pottery, painting and textile design. She began painting with Tangentyere Artists in 2010, creating rich landscapes that depict her memories of important country in acute detail.
Town Camp Designs is a collection of products created by Ewyenper Atwatye, Tangentyere Artists and Yarrenyty Arltere Artists. They are a 100% Aboriginal owned and run art centre with all sales directly supporting the artists, and all profit going towards artists fees and future projects. Through their art, Town Camp Artists communicate stories about their families, identity and lives.
Tangentyere is an Arrernte word that means coming together, working together. Tangentyere Artists operates a studio, gallery space, and outreach program - providing a hub for art activities across the Alice Springs Aboriginal Town Camps. The organisation is committed to innovative, sustainable, fine art outcomes for Town Camp Artists. Ewyenper Atwatye is a satellite textile project of Tangentyere Artists.
100% Made in Australia
Artist: Doris Thomas of Tangentyere Artists
Size: 85 x 85cm
Material: 100% Silk
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