Cushion Cover designed by Janet Golder Kngwarreye

$49.99 Inc GST

Give your throw cushion a quick and beautiful makeover with a pop of colour.

Janet Golder Cushion Cover with or without an insert.
Designed from original artwork titled “My Country”

Material: Cotton/Linen
Size: 45 x 45cm + edges
Has invisible zip.
Comes boxed with Artists information and Story description

Insert $15

Looking for a gift for a loved one or a friend? Do they love decorating their homes or offices with Aboriginal artwork? If so, then this cushion cover would be the perfect choice for them. It’s an excellent gift for housewarming, birthdays, holidays, and other special occasions. Gift a single piece and help them create an eclectic look for their seating furniture, or hand them several pieces so they can curate a more uniform look.

 

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original painting by Aboriginal Artist Janet Golder called " My Country" A "birdseye" areal view showing the features of Janets Country

Janet Golder Kngwarreye
* Skin Name: Kngwarreye
* Language: Anmatyerre
* Region: Utopia, Central Australia
* Dreaming: Awelye & Bush Medicine

Janet Golder Kngwarreye was born in 1973 and is the daughter of Margaret Golder and Sammy Pitjara.
Janet is an Anmatyerre woman from the Utopia region in Central Australia.
She grew up at Mulga Bore in the Utopia region surrounded by her family.
Awelye (also “Yawulyu” in Warlpiri and Warumungu nations) is a ceremonial tradition that includes body painting and is practiced by women by the Anmatyerre and Alyawarr indigenous nations in the Northern Territory, Australia. The term can also be used to describe the songs, dances, totems, knowledge of country, and Dreamtime stories that are part of awelye. The practice of awelye is still actively performed throughout Central Australia for both social and healing purposes

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