Silk Scarf – Gathering by the Creek by Janet Nakamarra

$75.00 inc. GST

• Authentic Australian Aboriginal Art
• 100% Satin Silk
• Size: 180 cm x 50 cm (71 in x 19.5 in )
• Weight: 100 gm
• Ideal product to gift on special occasions
• Wear and Tear Resistant

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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 0.40 kg
Dimensions 15 × 17 × 3.5 cm
Artist Bio

Janet Long Nakamarra comes from Utopia region of Central Australia. Born in 1960 at Anninie in the traditional land of her people, Warntaparri, she lived a traditional life with her family and her Aunts May and Molly Napurulla showing her how to paint the traditional body paint designs for her Warntaparri Dreaming.
Janet paints in a blend of traditional and contemporary art style from the Utopia central desert region. Abstract dot painting and naive meld together and colours range from mysterious charcoal grey to natural themes in bush fruit series.
Janet gained the status of Linguist with her people and began to teach as a literacy worker at the Willowra School. She produced bi-lingual literature for use in the teaching programme.


For the Aboriginal People of Australia, their country is more than a place to live. Every mountain, river, waterhole, tree, animal etc. is part of their dreaming, and through this, it is believed that all these things were created by their ancestors, who live in the five elements of nature, viz: air, land, water, sky, and fire. Janet's dreaming mainly involves Fire Dreaming, Underground Water, Sandy Creek etc.


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