Product shot of Desert Fringe Rush Seed Dreaming - © Hilda  Rogers Nakamarra The Desert Fringe Rush is a seed that is edible and are traditionally ground on a large stone to be made into damper. The flour from the grounded seed is mixed with water to make a dough, and is then cooked over fire to make damper cakes.

Product shot of Desert Fringe Rush Seed Dreaming - © Hilda Rogers Nakamarra The Desert Fringe Rush is a seed that is edible and are traditionally ground on a large stone to be made into damper. The flour from the grounded seed is mixed with water to make a dough, and is then cooked over fire to make damper cakes.

Product shot of Uwalki - My Father's Country - © Mitjili Napurrula

Product shot of Uwalki - My Father's Country - © Mitjili Napurrula

Product shot of Sunset Dreaming - © Tommy Crow Tommy paints ‘Sunset Dreaming’ which is his unique style. He developed this style by watching his uncle paint, asking questions and practicing the technique with him. The artwork represents the changing colours of the sunset over the central desert. He paints figures of a group of men gathered around a campfire, some standing with their hunting spears.

Product shot of Sunset Dreaming - © Tommy Crow Tommy paints ‘Sunset Dreaming’ which is his unique style. He developed this style by watching his uncle paint, asking questions and practicing the technique with him. The artwork represents the changing colours of the sunset over the central desert. He paints figures of a group of men gathered around a campfire, some standing with their hunting spears.

Product shot of Water Dreaming - © Reanne Brown Nampijinpa Water Dreaming represents soakage sites that are naturally occurring wells. During the Dreamtime, two rainmakers created a storm that was so large, it created a giant soakage area that is located west of Yuendumu.

Product shot of Water Dreaming - © Reanne Brown Nampijinpa Water Dreaming represents soakage sites that are naturally occurring wells. During the Dreamtime, two rainmakers created a storm that was so large, it created a giant soakage area that is located west of Yuendumu.

Product shot of Body Paint Design For Women's Ceremony - © Betty Club Mbitjana

Product shot of Body Paint Design For Women's Ceremony - © Betty Club Mbitjana

Product shot of Bush Plum Dreaming - © Belinda Golder Kngwarreye The Bush Plum is a staple bush food source gathered by Aboriginal women. To represent the ‘Bush Plum’, the thickly layered dots create the effect of the flowering plants, the scattered seeds of the Bush Plum and the landscape after the heavy rain season.

Product shot of Bush Plum Dreaming - © Belinda Golder Kngwarreye The Bush Plum is a staple bush food source gathered by Aboriginal women. To represent the ‘Bush Plum’, the thickly layered dots create the effect of the flowering plants, the scattered seeds of the Bush Plum and the landscape after the heavy rain season.

Product shot of Dancing Women Ceremony - © Narpula Scobie Napurrula Narpula’s composition is symmetrical and balanced creating a sense of rhythm and movement to her work. She utilises bright colours as well as neutral tones to create harmonious compositions.  Narpula’s Dreaming reflects ‘Women Dancing in Ceremony’. Women are depicted performing a dance ceremony in Narpula's country of Mt Liebig.

Product shot of Dancing Women Ceremony - © Narpula Scobie Napurrula Narpula’s composition is symmetrical and balanced creating a sense of rhythm and movement to her work. She utilises bright colours as well as neutral tones to create harmonious compositions. Narpula’s Dreaming reflects ‘Women Dancing in Ceremony’. Women are depicted performing a dance ceremony in Narpula's country of Mt Liebig.

Product shot of My Country - Wild Flowers - © Jillary Lynch Pengarte

Product shot of My Country - Wild Flowers - © Jillary Lynch Pengarte

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