N Marawili from My Heart and Mind | Edited by: Cara Pinchbeck
WARNING: Yolngu and all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are warned that the following text contains the name of a deceased person.
Ms. N. Marawili was one of the most distinctive Aboriginal artists working today. From her home in Yirrkala, Marawili revolutionised the art of northeastern Arnhem Land while adhering to cultural protocols. In her prints, drawings and paintings - on paper, board, bark, larakitj, and aluminium - Ms. N. Marawili captured the landscape, radically transformed and re imagined in a very personal artistic vision.
N. Marawili: From My Heart and Mind presents the span of Marawili's career and offers an insight into her unique approach.
Authors: Cara Pinchbeck, Henry Skerritt, Djambawa Mariwili and Kade McDonald
27 x 21 x 1cm
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