Yumari Dreaming Earrings
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- 100% Authentic Indigenous artwork
- Ethically & sustainably sourced Indigenous art
- Supports Indigenous employment & training
Get your groove on and try pairing these psychedelic earrings with some flares or bell bottoms and a voluminous blouse. These groovy geometric earrings feature gold accents and lightweight metal pieces printed with the artwork Yumari Dreaming by Indigenous artist Joy Nagala Brown.
The artwork depicts a significant site of rocks and rockholes in the Gibson Desert as it was the location of the dreaming story of Yumari: a forbidden love story between a Japaljarri man and a Nangala woman.
Return policy: Due to hygiene and safety reasons we cannot accept any returns of earrings. Please note if the item is faulty, it is of course exempt from this rule.Style: Printed Metal Earrings, Front printed with artwork and back dark blue.
Material: Lightweight printed metal. Gold plated stainless steel details and French hooks.
Dimensions: 6cm (H) x 2cm (W).
Story: Yumari Dreaming
Artist: Joy Nangala Brown
The artwork shows a dreaming story from Yumari, a collection of rocks in the Gibson Desert. It is the site of a forbidden love story between a Japaljarri man and a Nangala woman. The painting uses iconography associated with the site and landforms to show the story. For example, the concentric circles represent rockholes.
Very happy with these earrings. True to picture and will make a gorgeous gift for a special friend.
Beautiful and quality design
Love these. They’re heavier than I thought but still fine to wear. Beautiful stand out designs.
Yumari dreaming earings.
I just love them!
Loved the design n quality is great
“ Absolutely Fabulous Yamari Dreaming Earrings “.
Dear Yarn Team Hello to all the wonderful Artists , and Crafts Folk , in your Establishment. I absolutely love these Earrings! They are beautifully designed , Breathtaking Colours! Carefully made .Well Balanced, Extremely light and comfortable to wear. Lifted my spirit and make me very happy indeed . Thank you to the wonderful Artist , who wanted to share this beautiful Image of their Country.I appreciate it very much . Yours Sincerely Mary Dalziel Graham
MEET THE ARTIST
Joy Nangala Brown
Aboriginal Warlpiri woman
Joy has been painting with Warlukurlangu Artists since 2006. She is the daughter of the successful Pintupi artist Pegleg Jampijinpa, and grew up with his art work around her. Joy paints her Father’s and Grandfather’s Lappi Lappi Jukurrpa stories.