Whether paired with pastel tones, neutral or monochromatic tones these bold geometric earrings will do all the talking! These earrings feature lightweight printed metal showcasing the artwork Yankirri Jukurrpa by Indigenous artist Margaret Nangala Gallagher.
These modern earrings depict Yankirri Jukurrpa (Emu Dreaming). The story tells of an emu and a bush turkey, represented by the large and small arrow-shaped symbols, collecting bush raisins to create 'Kapurdu' (fruit balls). The 'Kapurdu' are representative of red rocks seen in the Ngarlikirlangu area.
Style: Printed Metal Earrings
Material: Lightweight printed metal. Silver metal jump rings. Sterling silver studs.
Sizing: 5.5cm (H) x 4cm (W)
Story: Yankirri Jukurrpa
Artist: Margaret Nangala Gallagher
This painting depicts Yankirri Jukurrpa (Emu Dreaming). The story tells of an emu and a bush turkey who would go about collecting bush raisins to create ‘Kapurdu’ (fruit balls) together. Through Margaret's painting, you can clearly see the large prints of the emu and smaller ones of the bush turkey. Today, at Ngarlikirlangu, you can still see round, red rocks which are the ‘Kapurdu.’ A number of Dreamtime stories are based in the Ngarlikirlangu area.
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Original Artwork by:
Yuendumu and Nyirripi