Laura Songlines Canvas Print
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- 100% Authentic Indigenous artwork
- Ethically & sustainably sourced Indigenous art
- Supports Indigenous employment & training
We are very excited here at Yarn to launch our brand new range of canvas prints. You can now not only wear beautiful Indigenous art but also hang it on your wall. These beautiful printed canvases are perfect for adding some gorgeous colour and life to your home. Each artwork tells a unique story about culture and country.
PLEASE NOTE: Our canvas prints are pre order item. This means each canvas print is printed to order and will be carefully packaged and shipped within 3 weeks.
Product: Canvas Print
Materials: printed stretched canvas
Size: small - 42cm x 57cm, medium - 56cm x 76cm, large - 70cm x 95cm
Artist: Charlie Chambers Jnr
Story: Laura Songlines
Due to the delicate nature of these original paintings, each will be carefully packaged and shipped within 1 week.
Standard Shipping: $6.95
Express Shipping: $14.95
*Free Standard Shipping: Spend over $150
*Free Express Shipping: Spend over $250
Yarn Gallery artwork must be returned within 7 days of receipt of your shipment.
To organise a return for artwork, you must contact a Yarn customer representative to arrange associated postage/courier costs.
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As a non indigenous Australian, I enjoy indigenous/first nations artwork. Unlike many Australians, I see meaning/a depth of knowledge placed within a image. Then once in a while one comes along, that takes my breath away as to amount of knowledge portrayed. Laura Songlines, is the second one in the last decade that has struck such a resonance with me, that I had to have a copy of it, hanging in my home.
MEET THE ARTIST
Charlie Chambers Jnr.
Aboriginal Jarowair man
“When I was young, I would sit with my elders and listen to these Dreamtime stories, but the stories would go in one ear and out the other. It was when I got older that I started to think about these stories and start painting them. The main reason I love painting is to keep the stories that the elders told me about the community alive.”