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Handwoven 2D Fibre Sculpture by Louanna Kandarra of Maningrida Arts and Culture

We hunt the Nawarlah (Brown River Stingray) during the wet season. There is a plant with a yellow flower that tells us that it is the right time. We know it will be fat.

It is well known that Aboriginal art often depicts images of sacred totems or dreamings of Aboriginal culture. However, the world of the non-sacred also provides a rich source of subject matter for Aboriginal art. Much of the rock art of western Arnhem Land for example features secular topics such as common food animals and plants, depicted because of their economic importance but also merely because of their existence in the environment.

Please note: This artwork is part of our current exhibition 'Living off our waters' running from 23 November - 28 January 2024. All purchased works will be dispatched from Tuesday 30th January. Please reach out if you require your artwork prior to Christmas/the end of the year and we can arrange this for you.

Maningrida Art and Culture

Woven Nawarlah (Brown River Stingray) by Louanne Kandarra (Living off Our Waters Exhibition)


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Product information

Title: Nawarlah (Brown River Stingray)
Artist: Louanne Kandarra
Dimensions: 115 x 50cm
Medium: Pandanus (Pandanus Spiralis) and Bush
Cane (Flagellaria Indica) with Natural Dyes
Catalogue Number: 1288-23

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