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Coiled Basket woven by Pamela Namunjdja.

The coiling technique was introduced in the 1920s at Goulburn Island to the Maung people by missionaries and quickly spread to the mainland. many artists produce coiled baskets of varied shapes, ranging from small round baskets to large oval baby baskets made from dyed pandanus. Artists combine colours and patterns to obtain intricate new graphic patterns.

Maningrida Arts and Culture is a pre-eminent site of contemporary cultural expression and art making, abundant with highly collectable art and emerging talent. Based in Arnhem Land, they are an Aboriginal art centre of empowered local artists who pursue successful global careers from the homeland and township base. The artists of Maningrida have total control over all stages of the production of their work and use materials derived from and sustainably harvested on their clan estates.

Artist: Pamela Namunjdja
Art Centre: Maningrida Arts & Culture
Dimensions: 20 x 27 x 27cm
Material: Pandanus
Catalogue Number: ART-MAC-2112-22

Please note: Pandanus is a natural material that will fade and discolour with time from green to natural

Please also note: This artwork can be purchased online, but if you prefer to view it in person at our North Sydney store, please contact us via chat or email at info@koskela.com.au. We can make arrangements to transfer the artwork to our store, although please keep in mind that this process may take up to 24 hours.

Maningrida Arts and Culture

Coiled Basket by Pamela Namunjdja


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