Yarla Jukurrpa by Alicka Napanangka Brown - Original Painting - 61x46cm
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We are very excited here at Yarn to now offer a number of incredible original paintings by Warlukurlangu Artists, an art centre based in the remote community of Yuendumu. The artists are famous for their gloriously colourful acrylic paintings that depict stories of the country around Yuendumu and Nyirripi, the Dreamtime and their ancestors.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the delicate nature of these original paintings, each will be carefully packaged and shipped within 3 weeks.
Product: Original Canvas Painting
Materials: Stretched canvas, acrylic paint and raw oak wooden frame (1x 4.5cm).
Artist: Alicka Napanangka Brown
Story: Yarla Jukurrpa
This Yarla Jukurrpa (Bush Potato Dreaming) comes from an area to the east of Yuendumu Cockatoo Creek. 'Yarla' (Bush Potato) are fibrous tubers that grow beneath a low spreading plant, found by looking for cracks in the ground. This edible tuber grows from 'yartura' (roots) which seek out moisture to sprout new plants. Yarla are good to eat, when cooked they are really soft and tasty.
Due to the delicate nature of these original paintings, each will be carefully packaged and shipped within 1 week.
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MEET THE ARTIST
Alicka Napanangka Brown
Aboriginal Warlpiri woman
Alicka paints her Grandmother’s Yanjirlpirri Jukurrpa (Star Dreaming) and her father’s Yarla Jukurrpa (Bush Potato Dreaming), stories that relate directly to the land, its features and the plants and animals that inhabit it.