Wakirlpirri Jukurrpa Multicolour Canvas Art Print - This motif of this visually striking Aboriginal artwork represents the dogwood tree, featuring dark, stretching branches accentuated by hundreds of lines in a kaleidoscope of vibrant colours. This Aboriginal artwork depicts the 'wakirlpirri' (dogwood tree), a very useful tree for Japanangka men and Napanangka women. The Dreaming travels from Jarrarda-Jarrayi through to Mount Theo, west of Yuendumu in the Northern Territory. The 'wakirlpirri' grows on the sides of creek beds, offering seeds that can be eaten raw or cooked, or dried and boiled to create a sweet drink called 'yinjirrpi'. The wood is used for 'karli' (boomerangs) and dancing boards, and is also excellent for burning on the fire as the wakirlpirri wood cannot be extinguished by rain. Bring the richness of Aboriginal culture and timeless storytelling traditions into your home with this intricately painted and breathtaking artwork. For every Wakirlpirri Jukurrpa Aboriginal artwork sold, a percentage of the sale price goes directly back to the artist.
Available in different sizes & the option to add a solid timber shadow box frame. Comes pre-strung, ready to hang .
Stretched canvas fine art prints are professionally printed on polycotton artist canvas, using archival inks and then stretched and gallery wrapped. This means the image is stretched around a 38mm frame to create a seamless, museum-quality finish.
SHADOW BOX FRAMES
The canvas sits within the box frame with a 5mm gap, creating a sophisticated shadow effect between the frame and the canvas. The solid timber box frame mouldings are 10mm wide, and 55mm deep, and add approximately 40mm to the length and height of the listed canvas size.
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This product requires an estimated 7 - 10 business days to be produced before being shipped. Made in Australia.
For every artwork sold, a percentage of the sale price goes directly back to the artist.