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Tjanpi Desert Weavers

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Search results for Sculptures

Showing results 1 - 6 of 42.

  1. Soft Sculpture – Bird

    The soft sculptures produced by Yarrenyty Arltere Artists are primarily made by women from the Arrernte community, who draw inspiration from their cultural heritage and life experience. These sculptures ar...

  2. 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 ...

  3. 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....

  4. Notebook Camp Dogs Yellow Brown Dog

    Ku’ (dogs) are important to the Wik and Kugu people of Aurukun in Far North Queensland. Ku’ belong to all five clans of Aurukun. Developed in direct collaboration with Wik & Kugu Arts Centre, the C...

  5. Notebook Camp Dogs Orche Blue Dog

    Ku’ (dogs) are important to the Wik and Kugu people of Aurukun in Far North Queensland. Ku’ belong to all five clans of Aurukun. Developed in direct collaboration with Wik & Kugu Arts Centre, the C...

  6. Galawon (Goanna) by Gloreen Campion

    This large woven sculpture is free-standing and a unique piece by Gloreen Campion. The Galawon (Goanna) relates to a story of Gungara (The Spiralling Wind). Fiber art, crafted in the Kakadu/West Arnhem Reg...

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