Scarf | Silk Chiffon | Kira Kiro Country | Waringarri Arts

This beautiful scarf from Waringarri Aboriginal Arts Centre is the perfect gift, a very special artwork Kira Kiro Country (2014) by Mary Punchi Clement, it comes packaged in a box with information on the artist and their work.

Mary's work is inspired by the rich environment around her and depicts a record of her botanical knowledge. Her images are made up of a myriad of small brushstrokes in layers to represent her vast botanical knowledge describing bush foods and medicines."This painting shows the Country before the fires and before people started changing the environment". The Country is alive with Madjal (Grasses), Watja (Leaves), Yulu (Bush Flowers), Kanandur (Pandanus), Kulalar (Vines) surrounding a rock hole near the sea. The colours of flowers and leaves are reflected in the waters. Striped rocks surround the water hole.

Artist: Mary Punchi Clement
135 x 100 cm
Silk chiffon (semi-sheer)
Australian made

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