Yakinno Gunditjmara Dreaming Aboriginal Art MODAL Scarf (170 x 70) - Road to Freedom
by Tanya Debono (Yakinno)
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Yakinno Gunditjmara Dreaming Aboriginal Art MODAL Scarf (170 x 70) - Road to Freedom Textures by Tanya Debono (Yakinno)
Size: 170cm x 70cm
Material: Modal - a plant based fabric derived from beech tree cellulose
About the Design: These contemporary indigenous sketches are an abstract representation of tree barks native to SW Victoria
About the Artist
The youngest of 8 children, Yakinno (Tanya Debono) hails from the Western Victoria Gunditjmara tribe. Yakinno means “Dreamtime” in the Gunditjmara language. Tanya’s style, and that of her tribe, is especially unique focussing on textures and abstract forms. Tanya’s art is inspired by bark and plant textures native to Western Victoria and in typical Victorian style is mostly black and white. Her sketches and art are a blue-print of her imagination and inner-workings of her mind. You can often find Tanya in a quiet corner of a Warrnambool café developing her pieces
Statement from Artist
Thank you for purchasing this item which helps support me as an Australian Indigenous Artist and also helps keep an age old hand made leather craft alive. Over time this individually handcrafted item will stand out in the world of mass produced goods and become more personal by growing in beauty and character
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