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Pure Ochre (by Yarn)

Warlukurlangu Greeting Cards (6 Pack) Theme 2

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Pure Ochre is:

  • 100% Authentic Indigenous artwork
  • Ethically & sustainably sourced Indigenous art
  • Supports Indigenous employment & training

Introducing Pure Ochre's gorgeous range of greeting cards. This pack comes in a set of 6 cards (with 6 plain envelopes), featuring a beautiful range of artworks by Warlukurlangu Artists. The inside of the cards are blank so that you can write your heartfelt messages to your loved ones for all occasions, from birthdays to anniversaries to graduations. On the back of the cards you will find a beautiful accreditation to the artist and their heritage.

Product: Card Pack
Includes: 6 x cards, 6 x plain envelopes
Materials: 300GSM card, 80GSM plain envelopes
Sizing: Cards - Size C6 when folded, Plain envelopes - 162 x 114 mm
Artists and Artworks: Water Healing, Healing Waterhole and Dog Snake Dreaming and Mother Dreaming by Mary Nampijinpa Nungabar, Flying Ants and Wapurtali Water by Stewart Jupurrurla Kelly.

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Jan G.
Australia Australia

Greeting cards.

I love them.They are awesome


Mary Nampijinpa Nungabar

Aboriginal Pintupi woman

Mary paints several dreamings given to her by her mother. This includes a snake Dreaming from a location west of Kintore, and a dog Dreaming of a water hole found below a hill made by two dogs in the Dreaming time. The water is believed to have healing powers and can be found by digging along the stream-bed found at the base of the hill.