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Lukarrara by Margie Napurrurla Leo - Original Painting - 61x46cm

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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 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).
Size: 61x46cm
Artist: Margie Napurrurla Leo
Story: Lukarrara

This Dreaming is associated with a place called Jaralypari, north of Yuendumu. 'Lukarrara' is a grass with an edible seed. The seeds are traditionally ground on a large stone with a smaller stone to make flour. The flour is then mixed with water to make damper cakes which are cooked in the coals of the fire and eaten.

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

Margie Napurrurla Leo

Aboriginal Warlpiri woman

Margie has been painting for Warlukurlangu Artists since 2011. Her paintings tell creation stories that have been passed down to her from her ancestors. They describe the landscape and animals that are found in her traditional lands.