Aboriginal design Fabric Pendant - Women Collecting Water (Purple)
by Christine Doolan
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Aboriginal design Fabric Pendant - Women Collecting Water (Purple) by Christine Doolan
45mm fabric button set in a silver plated pendant setting (nickel and lead free).
75cm ball chain necklace with clasp - Nickel plated brass with a silver finish chain of 2.1mm balls.
One piece of fabric will give many varied and unique pendants. Pendants rarely will be duplicated
$1.00 will be donated to ILF for each pendant sold to help buy reading books for children
About the Artist: Christine is a well-established Aboriginal Artist. ‘Women Collecting Water’ is one of her best artworks. Her depiction of waterholes, women sitting with digging sticks, bush foods, flowers, etc. are detailed and decorative..
Story: Water is very precious in Northern Territory. Aboriginal people know how to get water from underground. Also they watch wild bird’s movements in some areas to locate the availability of water nearby. However, Alice Spring can experience heavy rainfall in summer months. Just after the rain you can witness abundant of beautiful flower blossom almost everywhere in various colours. The beautiful array of colours is a memorable experience. Christine depicted the natural scenic view very well with women sitting on the ground with digging sticks seeking water all around
MADE IN AUSTRALIA
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