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Sophisticated and functional, try our new Australian Made cotton tote bags featuring artwork by Alma Granites from Warlukurlangu Artists.
Established in 1985 Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation is a not-for-profit organisation that is 100% Aboriginal-owned by its artists from the remote desert communities of Yuendumu and Nyirripi in Central Australia.
Aboriginal Art tote bags include information about the artist and artwork (swing tag). PLEASE NOTE: Each tote bag is a little unique as print placement varies (front and back). Tote bags may vary from image shown.
Dimensions (Approx): - Bag: 40cm x 40cm. - Base Gusset: 16cm - Handles: 60cm
Better World Arts Big Tote Bag featuring Parrots of Yuendumu by Karen Barnes
16 in stock
Size: 48 x 38cm
Karen is a great observer of wild life. Her portraits of animals and birds are fresh and lively, capturing much of the fauna that inhabits her country around Yuendumu. She gives us a unique visual of the animals in her environment. This image shows a row of beautiful Budgerigars.
Yarrenyty Arltere - Dilly Bag Woman Tote Bag by Tangentyere Artists
12 in stock
Dilly Bag Woman Tote
Dilly Bag Woman with Bird Bothering Herartwork by Trudy Inklamala of Yarrenyty Arltere Artists.
This is Old Polly walking with her dilly bags looking for bush tucker to share with her family. She made those dilly bags out of her old ration clothes. This cheeky bird was bothering her and hoping to steal some of her bush foods.
Materials: 100% cotton 12oz(340GSM) canvas and comes with long durable handles Size: 42cm wide x 70cm high x 10cm gusset. 2 handles each 2.5cm wide x 50cm long
Better World Arts Digital Foldable Cotton Bag 34.5 x 41cm featuring Medicine Plants by Rosie Ross
10 in stock
The community of Ampilatwatja made a conscious decision not to paint ‘altyerr’ dreaming stories. The artists paint their country where those stories sit. This artwork shows some of the many plants in the landscape. these plants have a high level of significance for the local people, being useful as medicine, or as food for people or for wildlife.
Better World Arts Digital Foldable Cotton Bag 34.5 x 41cm featuring Jilamara Design by Josette Papajua
8 in stock
During Ceremony on the Tiwi Islands a series of “Yoi”, dances are performed, some are totemic (matrilineal) and others act out newly composed songs. Participants are painted with turtiyanginari (natural ochres) transforming the dancers and protecting them against mapurtiti (spirits). These designs are collectively called Jilamara.