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Tjanpi Desert Weavers

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Search results for Sculptures

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  1. Papa (dog) sculpture

    A special life-sized dog sculpture by Dianne Golding. Made with tjanpi (grass) acrylic wool and raffia. Licking it’s paw, it is a very unique papa (dog) sculpture. Tjanpi Desert Weavers are a social ...

  2. Tjulpu (bird) sculpture

    This large woven sculpture is free standing and a very unique piece by Betty Braedon created with iconic tjanpi (dried grass), raffia and wool....

  3. Ann Cleary-Farrall Tjanpi red bird sculpture


  4. Carolyn Kenta – Echidna & Donkey

    Fibre Art Sculptures, Echidna and Donkey set by Carolyn Kenta. Tjanpi Desert Weavers is a dynamic social enterprise of NPY Women’s Council. Tjanpi (meaning ‘dry grass’) supports Aborigina...

  5. Galatjarr (Heron)

    Ganytjurr (Heron) sculpture handcarved and painted by Peter Guyula Wuyulngurra of Gapuwiyak, Northern Territory. Ganytjurr (Heron) is a Yirritja bird. The Ganytjurr is sung and danced by the Yirritja clans...

  6. Desert grass, raffia and emu feather basket

    This basket was made by Mary Gibson. Tjanpi Desert Weavers are known for their beautifully woven baskets and animal sculptures made from locally harvest desert grasses (minarri, wangurnu and yirlintji). Th...

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