Serving Platters – Chip & Dip Plate Artwork designed by Maureen Hudson Nampijinpa

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The perfect Aussie kitchen staple
Stylish and light – these beautiful Chip & Dip plates are ideal for our fun lifestyle!
Materials: Bamboo & Melamine
Original painting by Aboriginal Artist
Maureen Hudson Nampijinpa’s “Community” represents people standing together
(the U shapes) within their family,
 their community groups and their country.
The circles show the camps and meeting
 places which are so important to the culture.
 Reproduced from artists’ original artwork
 with royalties from sales paid directly to
 the artist


99 in stock

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Maureen Hudson Nampijinpa "Communities"

Skin Name: Nampijinpa/ Nampitjinpa
Language: Warlpiri
Region: Yuelamu, Central Australia
​Resides: Adelaide S.A

Maureen Hudson Nampitjinpa was born in1959 in the bush at Mount Allen cattle station.
Today, the cattle station is called Yuelamu and is Aboriginal owned.
Maureen attended school at the Yuendumu settlement in the 1960’s and returned to Mount Allan and worked as a school teacher’s assistant. She has four children.

Maureen began painting in 1981. She is an accomplished artist and is a respected member of her community. Her first love is painting in which she refers to this, as culture art. Maureen’s artworks depict traditional Warlpiri Dreamtime stories. Her painting’s originate from Warlukulongu – her father’s and grandfather’s country. Her ancestral Dreaming’s include emu, fire, and women’s ceremonies, which have been passed down from her mother’s involvement in traditional ceremony.

Maureen has been an Artist in Residence at the Mulgara Gallery in Yulara (Uluru- Ayers Rock) and featured in many prestigious exhibitions.

Weight .47 kg
Dimensions 33.5 × 33.5 × 4 cm