Tote bag | Nina Puruntatameri
Nina Puruntatameri was taught to paint by her father, Romuald Puruntatameri. After school she work with him, painting his spears. In 1993 Nina won the Award for New Medium at the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards in Darwin, providing recognition for her exceptional skills in etching.Her father, Romuald is represented in the Museum and Art Gallery of Northern Territory.
These cotton bags fold up to a convenient neat size, fitting into your handbag or glove box making eco friendly plastic bag free shopping that much easier.
34.5 x 41cm
Apron | Manymak natha (good food) | Bula'bula Arts
Cook up some manymak natha (good food) and look great while doing it in this awesome apron.Featuring a collaborative artwork from Bula'bula artists Benjamin Garrawurra, JB Fisher and Peter Gambung,...
Tea towel | Manymak natha (good food) | Bula'bula Arts
After enjoying some manymak natha (good food), the last thing you want to do is clean up, but with this beautiful tea towel the washing up will go swimmingly.Featuring a collaborative...
Cushion cover | Wool 40cm | Mitjili Napurrula | Watiya Tjuta trees
The Watiya Tjuta tree in Mitjili Napurrula’s paintings is her father’s Tjukurrpa (dreaming) in Ilyingaungau country (Gibson Desert). This was passed down to her by her mother in the same way, drawing...