About this product
Rachel Jennings is a Warburton woman. Her sister Eunice Porter lives in Warakurna and she sometimes comes to visit her and paints for Warakurna Artists. Rachel also paints for the Warburton Arts Project. This painting is about a special place near Mantamaru. There are several clay pans and when it rains they become really slippery. When Rachel was a little girl she use the visit this place with her friends and play there; sliding around having lots of fun. Children still visit this place after it rains to play. They get mud all over themselves!
Warakurna is a community situated on the Great Central Road in the Ngaanyatjarra Lands of Western Australia. Warakurna has a long history of artistic expression. In March 2005 the Art Centre studio was opened, and is fully owned and governed by Aboriginal people, providing services to artists living and visiting Warakurna and the nearby community of Warakurna.
The Art Centre plays an important role in the community, providing cultural an social benefits in addition to economic returns. Warakurna Artists facilitates the production, distribution and sale of the artist' artwork. The paintings are vibrant and diverse, reflecting each artist's unique style stories and connection to the country. All proceeds are returned to the artists and their organisation.
Artist: Rachel Yukultja Jennings (dec)
Dimensions: 76.2 x 101.6cm
Medium: Acrylic on canvas, Framed in Tassie Oak
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