Bulurru Aboriginal Art Lanyard - Kamilaroi
by Wendy Pawley
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Bulurru Aboriginal Art Lanyard - Kamilaroi by Wendy Pawley
20mm Sublimated Lanyard with alligator clip and safety breakaway buckle
Length: 90cm (45cm hanging down from the neck)
proudly designed in Australia with royalty-paid Aboriginal Art and made in China under strict Licence Agreements
About Story: Kamilaroi - My Mother's Country
In the Dreamtime Biami the almighty creator sent the Rainbow Serpent to create Kamilaroi Country where the spectacular rugged Nandewar Mountains Ningadhun, Yulludunita and Kaputah were formed along with the Namoi Valley. Here the Kamilaroi people camped on the banks of the Namoi River telling stories of how the “Old Spirit Man” in the sky was watching over them and if they looked out into the night sky far past the stars, they would see pulsating circles of beaming light, the eternal cyclical journey of life, death, life.
About the Artit
Wendy Pawley is from the Kamilaroi - Gomeroi, Gamilaraay people of Narrabri NSW. The meaning of Narrabri / Nurraburai is “Place of Forked Waters”. Wendy’s mother (the late) Mrs Noeleen Saunders (nee Trindall) was a widely known respected Traditional Owner of Narrabri and surrounding areas. Wendy paints her “Mother’s Country” predominantly the ancient spectacular rugged mountains of The Nandewar Ranges Ninghdoo, Kaputah, Yulludunida and Yulludanda that rise majestically above the Namoi Valley. The range is the remnants of an eroded basaltic shield volcano that formed about 18 million years ago, the volcanic plug in Gamilaaray language is called Ninghdoo / Nungadhun (pronounced locally as Ningy-doo). The Mount Kaputah area is included in Mount Kaputah National Park.
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