Tjangalith William Parmbuk, Didgeridoo, Wadeye Men's Shed
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This eucalypt and hand painted acrylic didgeridoo (120 x 10cm) is made by Wadeye Men's Shed artist Tjangalith William Parmbuk. The painting depicts crossing paths in the landscape.
The Wadeye Men's Shed is supported by Thamarrurr Development Corporation and provides a safe place to engage men in art, craft and other cultural activities. Purchasing this product puts money back into the hands of the artists and helps support the longevity of this important program.
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