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Brush-tail Possum Earrings

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Whether worn with a flowy maxi dress, crop top and denim skirt or all black these earthy-toned earrings will have you prepared for any occasion day or night! These statement earrings feature gold accents and lightweight metal pieces printed with the artwork Brushtail Possum by Indigenous artist Pamela Napurrurla Walker.

The featured Warlpiri artwork depicts the Brushtail Possum (Janganpa) in the traditional iconography of 'E' shaped figures, and the concentric circles represent the trees in which they live.

Return policy: Due to hygiene and safety reasons we cannot accept any returns of earrings. Please note if the item is faulty, it is of course exempt from this rule.

Style: Printed Metal Earrings, Front printed with artwork and back light pink.
Material: Lightweight printed metal. Gold plated stainless steel details and studs.
Sizing: 6.5cm (H) x 4cm (W)
Story: Brushtail Possum
Artist:
Pamela Napurrurla Walker

'Janganpa' (Brushtail Possum) are nocturnal animals that often nest in the hollows of white gum trees. They were once very common in the country surrounding Yuendumu. In Warlpiri paintings, traditional iconography is used to represent the tracks of the 'Janganpa.' They are often represented in 'E' shaped figures and concentric circles are used to depict the trees in which they live.

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Pamela Napurrurla Walker

Aboriginal Warlpiri woman

Pamela has been working with Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation since 1994 but it wasn’t until 2006 that she began to... Learn more