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Brand: Warlukurlangu Artists x Vue

Warlu Artists x Vue Shopper Bag Desert Oak Dreaming Judy Napangardi Watson



+34 MYER one Credits.

Sale ends: 29/05/2022

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  • Dimensions: W55 x H40 x D19cm
  • Fabrication: Polyester, Canvas
  • Care and Use Instructions: Warm hand wash with like colours (max 40’c). Cool iron on reverse when needed. Do not bleach. Do not tumble dry. Do not dry clean.
Warlu Artists x Vue Cotton Shopper Bag Mina Mina Dreaming Ngalyipi by Judy Napangardi Watson

  • Twin handles
  • Reusable bag
  • Can be folded up or stored

Judy Napangardi Watson was born at Yarungkanji, Mt. Doreen Station, at the time when many Warlpiri and other Central and Western Desert Peoples were living a traditional nomadic life. With her family, Judy made many trips on foot to her country and lived for long periods at Mina Mina and Yingipurlangu, her ancestral country on the border of the Tanami and Gibson Deserts. These places are rich in bush tucker such as wanakiji, bush plums, yakajirri, bush tomatoes, and wardapi, sand goanna. Judy sill frequently goes hunting in the country west of Yuendumu, near her homelands.

Judy was taught painting by her elder sister, Maggie Napangardi Watson. She painted alongside her at Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation, for a number of years, developing her own unique style. Though a very tiny woman, Judy had ten children, four of whom she outlived. She was a woman of incredible energy; this was transmitted to her work through her dynamic use of colour, and energetic "dragged doing" style. She was at the forefront of a move towards a more abstract rendering of Jukurrpa by Warlpiri artists; however, her work retains strong kurruwarri, the details which tell of the sacredness of place and song in her culture.

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Style No. K210628

Product code 866679850

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