Aboriginal Art Canvas Tote Bag Medium by Andy Tkilari
Size: 34 x 36cm
Pocket with zipper on outside
Artist: Andy Tkilari
CROSS-CULTURAL PROJECTS - fine art - fine craft - ethical trade
We work with traditional artisans from remote regions in Kashmir, Peru, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh and Nepal (Tibetan refugees).
We work with Australian Aboriginal artists from remote communities across Australia, from Arnhem Land to Central and the Western Desert regions, from rural locations and from cities. Artists own the images used and it is up to them how they can be used.
Artists benefit from royalties paid to them on a monthly basis. Art centres benefit from a substantial profit share paid on their investments.
Artisans benefit by having culturally appropriate opportunities, they are able to supplement rural income by practising age-old traditions in their own homes located in remote beautiful clean villages.
Bags -Medium Canvas Tote-ATJ713
Andy describes this painting as Wala Wuru Inma. This inma (ceremony/dance/song) is performed by two men. One happy man is singing and dancing. The other man is creeping up behind him with a spear. He throws the spear at the man but misses deliberately, it is all for the performance (he is family!)
This dance is a celebration of the eagle.
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