Kapata Dreaming

Thuni

$890

Maddy is a young Ngiyampaa/Wiradjuri artist, born and raised on the Central Coast (Darkinyungand Guringai land). Her cultural connection is through her mother, Their family’s country is centered around the Macquarie, Bogan, Cudgegong, Talbragar and Castlereagh Rivers of Central and Western NSW.

Thuni is Ngiyampaa word meaning Sunor Day. This artwork depicts the warmth and shine of the sun (Thuni).The sun is related to many women's stories across our country.

Artist: Maddy Hope-Hodgetts
Title: Thuni
Dimensions: 76 H x 51 W cm
Materials: Acrylic on Canvas

Click & Collect: Free

All online items are available for free ‘Click & Collect’ from our Roseberry showroom. This service is available daily from 10am-4pm (excluding Sundays). All orders must be collected from the side entrance on Dunning Ave. Same day Click & Collect is available if you order before 1pm. Please allow a three-hour window from when you place your order to when you arrive to collect.

Australia Wide: $80*

*Exhibition Artwork from Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Centre art centre is only eligible for Click & Collect at checkout. Due to the size and fragility of all works we will organise specialist art courier quotes and shipping costs direct with customers post-purchase. If you require shipping please purchase with Click & Collect and call our showroom team on (02) 9280 0999 to organise a quote and payment. 

All Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artworks come with a certificate of authenticity

This product is not currently available for sale outside of Australia, for international shipping please contact the retail team at info@koskela.com.au

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