Aboriginal design Handmade Paper Mini Pouch Giftbags - Travelling Through Country
by Damien and Yilpi Marks
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Aboriginal design Handmade Paper Mini Pouch Giftbags - Travelling Through Country by Damien & Yilpi Marks
Paper Giftbag/Mini Pouch - 12cm x 9cm x 7cm
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designed in Australia by royalty-paid Aboriginal Artists
A Cross Cultural Project
Handmade paper using cotton off-cuts - made in Jaipur India
This paper is eco friendly, being made from cotton scraps sourced from the garment industry. No wood or toxic chemicals are used in the production of these products. At the moment humans destroy an unbelievable 149 acres of forest per minute! One tonne of handmade paper saves an estimated 277 eucalyptus trees! Not only does this paper benefit the environment, the handmade quality of the paper is beautiful and produced in clean airy SEDEX certified workshops in Jaipur, India.
This is a very detailed painting which describes a dry time of year in Damien’s homeland, Mount Liebig. The painting illustrates aspects of landscape and culture around that area that was told to Damien by his great-grandmother and great- grandfather. There are women sitting with their children collecting bush potatoes (the mass of red shapes at the bottom of the painting). The women are talking and getting ready for a ceremony. There is one man (wati) sitting down with his waru (spear). The spinifex is dry and so the man is walking around making bushfires. He is a good man, he is undertaking controlled burnings so the spinifex burns up and then good fruits can grow after this. There are several symbols in this painting. The small sun-like symbols represent women’s body painting – these are the images the women are painting on each other as they sit down ready for inma – traditional ceremony. There is a dry creek bed running through the painting (in red and white), and there are cracks in the ground and claypans. There are also dried rockholes (tjukula), and next to them are tali – sandhills.
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