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Kira Kiro

$425.00

by Jemma Unghango
56 x 38cm
Ochre on watercolor

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Wandjina

$750.00

57 x 76cm

Natural pigment on paper

This is the Wandjina.

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Wandjina and other Spirits

$220.00

56 x 38cm

Natural pigment on paper

The Wandjina are ancestral spirits who created country, people and animals in the North West Kimberly before turning themselves into rock paintings.

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Limited Edition T-Shirt Ben Ward

$40.00

100% Cotton T-shirt with reproduction of Ben Ward painting 'Thompson's Springs''

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Engraved Boab Nut

$49.01

by Bryan Murielle Wildbelee
16 x3cm
Engraved Bird on Boan Nut

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Woorre-Woorrem

$2,000.00

By Brenda Ningamara
100 x 80cm
Natural pigment on canvas

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Engraved Boab (KA)

$49.00

by various artists
Hand carved featuring a turtle or animal design and/or boab tree or snake on reverse 
10 x 8 x 8 cm

Size B

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Wandjina & Gwion Gwion

$320.00

by Veronica Djanghara
45 x 45cm
Natural pigment on canvas

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Goorrdim

$600.00

by Delany Griffiths
76 x 56cm
Natural pigment on paper

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Silk Scarf by Phyllis Ningarmara

$155.00

Phyllis Ningarmara's ‘Gerany’ 2015 reproduced in 100% silk. Australian made. Packaged in cardboard box with information on artist and design. 176cm L x 54cm W

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Handmade ceramic bowl

$65.00

The perfect soup or salad bowl.  Handmade limited edition large ceramic bowl, featuring artwork by Aboriginal artist, Gloria Mengil. This unique design depicts Gloria’s favourite busk tucker, the bush plum and bush peanut which Gloria regularly gathered as a child, a common activity in Aboriginal culture.

Australian made from a blend of ceramic materials, the deep bowl is perfect for soups or curries. It can even be used as a feature piece for your shelf or coffee table. All ceramics are microwave, dishwasher and oven safe.  

Size: 6cm in diameter x 21 cm width.

“You need to know where to find them…. They are delicious when roasted on hot coals. Bush plums are everywhere during the wet season and are eaten raw. They are also good for making jam.” – Gloria Mengil

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Kira Kiro

$520.00

38x58cm

Natural pigment on paper

This is a story of the Gwion Gwion (also known as Kira Kiro or Bradshaw figures).

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