Cushion Cover – Men and Women Hunting by Kerry Pearce

$20.00 inc. GST

Handmade in Australia with fabric designs by Aboriginal Artists.

Seamless slip-in cushion cover.

100% Cotton

Size: 40 cm x 40 cm



The textile articles sold by Aussie Products as being of Australian Aboriginal origin began life as paintings. These are then transposed onto a range of fabrics, some of which are sold as yardage, some as quilting pre-cuts, while others are transformed into headgear, home-wares and scarves and ties.

The designs are all attributed to the original artists, and they benefit from the sale of articles made from fabrics bearing their designs.


Additional information

Weight 0.1 kg
Dimensions 20 × 15 × 5 cm
Size of Artwork

40cm x 40cm


Black ground plus multicolour


100% Cotton

Artist Bio

Kerry Pearce is a young artist from the Coniston Station in the northwest of Alice Springs, Northern Territory. She belongs to the Anmatyerre language group. Her learning with art & crafts helped her to gain a skillful hand and the teachings from her family and ancestors. In this artwork, Kerry depicted how her people used to hunt in the bush for their food.

Dreamtime: Indigenous people of Australia hunt and fetch their food from various sources that came from the bush, the land, and the sea. They use Bush Tucker such as Bush Banana, Bush Berries, Bush Plums, etc. as their diet. They also hunt in the wild for wild animals. Men hunt Kangaroo with various hunting tools they have procured from their ancestors and women pick the fruits & vegetables from the bush. Over the years, they have learned various ways of hunting, collecting, and preparing their food.


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