Yijan Aboriginal Art Pot Holder - Women's Ceremony on Yuendamu - Red
by Maureen Hudson Nampijimpa
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Yijan Aboriginal Art Pot Holder - Women's Ceremony on Yuendamu (Red) by Maureen Hudson
Padded - washable - made in China under Licence
Yijan is an Aboriginal word meaning “Knowledge of the Dreaming”. The brand represents authentic, original artworks from renowned painters from the remote regions of Australia.
The originality and authenticity of each product is highlighted by a profile of the artist and the story behind the artwork. Each artist receives direct royalties from the sale of every product.
About the Artist
Maureen Hudson Nampajimpa (Yijan) is from the Mt. Allan region. She grew up in a traditional way, living in the bush where the ceremonies were very strong, and painting was only done on the body or the ground. Maureen started painting in the mid 80`s and says of her work: ``My main stories are my father`s stories of Fire Dreaming, Napa - Water Dreaming, Lightning Dreaming. And my mother`s side as well, women`s ceremonies. My skin name is Nampajimpa and on my mother and uncle`s side, Numeratumera.`
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