Bulurru Aboriginal Art Neoprene Eyewear Case - Women Amongst the Spinifex
by Merryn Apma Daley
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Bulurru Aboriginal Art Neoprene Eyewear Case - Women Amongst the Spinifex Along the Todd River by Merryn Apma Daley
Neoprene Case with plastic clip and zip close
Size: 17cm x 8cm
designed by royalty paid Aboriginal Artists
About the Artist
Merryn is from the Western Arrernte people Alice Springs. She is from the stolen generation and reconnected with her family 35 years ago. Merryn has worked in Aboriginal affairs for over 30 years at grass roots level and in government, advocating for her people. A business owner on the Sunshine Coast QLD, she is the recipient of the Centenary medal for her services to Aboriginal community in Victoria and won the “Women Means Business biennial award in 2009. A recognised artist with art hanging all over the world, Merryn paints her journey and captures the memory of the beautiful country that runs through her veins. Honouring her countrymen and painting the strong women as well as the colours of the desert, flowers, waterholes and her people sitting on country
ABOUT THE ARTWORK
Spinifex is a type of grass that is seen all around desert country. This grass has been used for many years by Aboriginal people for multiple purposes including medicinal, as an adhesive, and for ceremony. Women will often gather the spinifex along the Todd River.
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