Aboriginal Art - Snake Vine Dreaming 122 x 61 cm

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Buy Aboriginal Art at Bits of Australia. This authentic Indigenous 122cm x 61cm canvas is a gorgeous artwork from Central Australia. Delivered rolled up you can choose how and when you want to display it.

Artist: Geraldine Napangardi Granites
Artwork: Ngalyipi Jukurrpa (Snake Vine Dreaming) - Purturlu
Size: 122cm x 61cm
Acrylic on canvas: Delivered rolled, un-stretched

Authentic Indigenous Artwork from Yuendumu in Central Australia which makes a memorable Australian gift for corporate events, special birthdays, weddings and anniversaries. It is also an amazing statement piece of wall art for the home.

The beautiful artwork comes with a Certificate of Authenticity stamped and signed from Warlukurlangu Artists. We work directly with the art centre so you can feel confident in the artwork provenance and that you have ethically purchased an incredible artwork.

Geraldine Napangardi Granites started painting at the Warlukurlangu Artists Centre in 2001. She is the daughter of famous artist Alma Nungarrayi Granites, and granddaughter of Paddy Japaljarri Sims and Bessie Nakamarra Sims: two of Warlukurlangu Artists’ founding artists.Geraldine learns by observing her grandfather’s art works as well as Judy Napangardi Watson’s work (a Warlpiri artist who was at the forefront of a move towards more abstract rendering of Jukurrpa / Dreaming stories). When Judy would visit Yuendumu and the Warlukurlangu Art Centre Geraldine loved to listen to Judy’s stories about a special country, Mina Mina. She also paints alongside her mother Alma and sister Sabrina and observes them while they paint their art work.