About this product
Regina Wilson is a world renowned senior artist and Cultural Director Durrmu Arts. Koskela has a long standing relationship with Regina and have exhibited her work both individually and in a group show.
Regina has an impressive history in the art space, exhibiting internationally in prestigious museums and is the recipient of numerous art awards. In 1973, together with her husband, Harold Wilson, Regina founded the Peppimenarti (meaning ‘large rock’) Community as a permanent settlement for the Ngan’gikurrungurr people. The location of the community is an important dreaming site for the Ngan’gikurrungurr language group and is situated amid wetlands and floodplains at the centre of the Daly River Aboriginal Reserve, 300 kilometres southwest of Darwin.
Dali Dyalgala is a special fabric range collaboration between Koskela and First Nations artists. Spanning the Tiwi Islands, Northern Rivers and Northern Territory, this project truly highlights the adaptability, breadth and depth of artistic expression in the First Nations design industry.
Dali dyalgala is a Darug phrase meaning to embrace. A fitting reflection of the coming together of six female artists across the country from various language groups and cultures. The choice to use Darug language ties the project back to Koskela as we pay respects and acknowledge our local language of the Eora people. Dali dyalgala is a gesture of reconciliation, to embrace one another and work together to make positive change.
Koskela licensed the artworks directly from the artists and art centres to develop a range of unique colourways for each. Dali dyalgala presents a new opportunity to create income streams for First Nations artists and is an exciting addition to Koskela’s fabric range.
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Artist: Regina Wilson
This design is available in four colour ways and two linen base cloths - Euro Oyster Linen & Belgian natural Linen.
Lead Time: 4-6 weeks from date of purchase
Roll Width: Varies from 136-139cm.
Euro Oyster Linen
22K+ rub count (Martindale)
Belgian 533 Natural Linen
32K+ rub count (Martindale)
Care instructions :
- Hand wash or machine wash in cold water with mild detergent
- Some fading may occur over a period of time when exposed to direct sunlight (best to suggest drying in shade)
- Spin dry fast. Do not soak. Do not bleach.
- Hot/warm iron
- Air dry or tumble dry
The specified lead time applies to metro locations throughout Australia. Unfortunately, we can’t guarantee this lead-time for customers living in non-metro areas and Tasmania, Western Australia and the Northern Territory. For customers in these locations our customer service team will provide you with an accurate lead-time once you place an order.
Throughout the Made-to-Order process we will keep you updated via email on the progress of your order. Koskela’s customer service team is also available if you have any questions.
Lead time for Syaw Linen Fabric by Regina Wilson - dali dyalgala is currently: 6 weeks
Supports First Nations peoples and communities
Approximately 70% of the value of this product goes to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander owned organisations. This income, independent of Government welfare, supports First Nations cultures and self-determination.