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Pure Ochre (by Yarn)

Snake Dreaming Linen/Cotton Cushion Cover 40x40 cm

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Pure Ochre is:

  • 100% Authentic Indigenous artwork
  • Ethically & sustainably sourced Indigenous art
  • Supports Indigenous employment & training
Pure Ochres brand new range of cushion covers are the perfect addition to any living room. Composed of cotton and linen, they have a natural soft feel. For simple removal cushions and clean finish they feature an invisible side seam zipper.

These beautiful cushion covers feature artworks by Warlukurlangu Artists. The artworks tell unique stories about country, culture and the Dreaming.

PLEASE NOTE: Our Cushion Covers do not come with cushions included.

Product: Cushion Cover
Fabric: 70% Cotton, 30% Linen 
Dimensions: 40 x 40cm
Story: Snake Dreaming 
Artist: Patricia Nakamarra Oldfield

The site depicted in this painting is Ngama, located south of Yuendumu. The story describes the journey of Yarripiri, an ancestral ‘Warna’ (snake). Yarripiri was very sad as his family had left him behind at Wirnparrku. He was blind and crippled but he was determined to follow and search them out. Due to his physical state, he was carried by 'Kurdungurlu' (ceremonial police of the Dreaming) to help him find his family.

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Patricia Nakamarra Oldfield

Aboriginal Warlpiri woman

Patricia has been painting with Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation since 2001. She paints stories that are closely associated with her traditional country. Her main story is Warna Jukurrpa (Snake Dreaming), Dreamings that have been passed down to her from her father and his father’s father for millennia.