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‘Kurujultu,’ by Eunice Napanangka Jack symbolises her Father’s Tjukurrpa (Dreaming). It also depicts Kuruyultu country, which is near Tjukurla (Western Australia). Eunice draws on Kuruyultu’s landscapes as well as her personal stories to create her layered prints.
Ikuntji Arts is a not for profit Aborginal art centre located 230 kilometres west of Alice Springs. In 1992 Ikuntji Arts became the first art centre established by women in Western Desert Art Movement. Since then, Ikuntji Arts has continued to grow, gaining international recognition for their bold colours and decisive brush strokes.
Please note these cushions are made from hand-printed cotton and as such the pattern varies slightly on each cushion.
Artist: Eunice Napanangka
Dimensions: 50 x 50cm
Materials: hand-printed cotton front, natural cotton back.
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