Ngapa by Lynette Nangala Singleton - Original Painting - 30x30cm
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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: Lynette Nangala Singleton
This colourful painting depicts a Water Dreaming story at a particular special site, Puyurru. In contemporary Warlpiri paintings, traditional iconography is used to represent the Dreaming stories. In this painting, short dashes are used to represent cumulus clouds, and the small cirlces are used to depict soakages and the river bed as the rain comes.
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
Lynette Nangala Singleton
Aboriginal Warlpiri woman
Lynette has been painting with Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation, since 2008. She paints her Father’s Jukurrpa stories, Dreamings, which relate directly to her land, in particular a rock hole west of Lake McKay. These stories have been passed down by her father and her father’s father for millennia.