Stunning One of Twelve 100% silk satin scarf with hand rolled edges by artist Mary Meribida. All of One of Twelve scarves come in a beautiful giftbox and include an artist's card, detailing the artists work and practise.
“[T]his place Yalta. There is tali (sand dunes) and lots of Nyarlka (trees). Good country this one got plenty water.”
Yalta is near well 33 of 48 on the 1,800-kilometre Canning Stock Route, the longest former stock route in the world. It is located not far from the Percival Lakes in the Great Sandy Desert of Western Australia. For the Yulparija people, whose land this stretch of the route traversed, survival depended on water sites, making places like Yalta most significant.
Here the artist depicts trees in blue, dotting the subtle pink and cream landscape, creating a delicate canvas that evokes wildflowers in spring.
In this work, Chapman depicts the edible native succulent kalaru (samphire). Kalaru grows in abundance around the warla (salt lakes) and lyinji (clay pans) of Chapman’s Country. The plant sheds edible black seeds that are collected, rinsed many...
Donegan’s painting ‘Walka Wiru Ngura Wiru’ transports us across the vast desert country surrounding the Tomkinson Ranges near the artist’s home community of Kalka, in the far north-western reaches of South...