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Aboriginal Art Wooden Coaster - Stephen Jakamarra Walker

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5184/21 Coaster

Royalties from this product directly benefit the Aboriginal artist Stephen Jakanarra Walker and his community.

Australian made Aboriginal art wooden coaster.

Sold individually the colourful coasters have been created by Bits of Australia through a collaboration with Australian makers and artists.

The wooden coaster has had stunning Aboriginal artwork by Stephen Jakanarra Walker printed on it. Stephen paints with the  Warlukurlangu Art Centre in Central Australia. The centre is a non-for-profit organisation that is 100% Aboriginal owned by its artists from the remote communities of Yuendumu and Nyirripi.

Product Details:

  • Sold individually
  • Size: 9.5cm diameter and 3mm thick
  • Wooden coaster
  • Artwork by Aboriginal Artist Stephen Jakanarra Walker
  • Artwork 'Pirlarla Jukurrpa' (Dogwood Tree Bean Dreaming) printed on one side
  • Sticker with artist information on the back
  • Made in Australia
  • Being made from a natural wood, slight variations in the colour and texture will occur 
  • Royalties from the sale of the coaster directly benefit the Aboriginal artist Stephen Jakanarra Walker and her community
Stephen has been painting with Warlukurlangu Artists Corporation, an Aboriginal owned and governed art centre located in Yuendumu, since 2017. He is the eldest son of Liddy Napanangka Walker who was one of the founding artists of the art centre in Yuendumu

The story represented on the scarf is of the Pirlarla Jukurrpa (dogwood tree bean Dreaming). It comes from the country near to the Yiningnarra range, south of Rabbit Flat and several hundred kilometers to the north-west of Yuendumu. There, women of the Napurrula/Nakamarra subsection travelled and collected the ‘pirlarla’ (seeds and pods) of the ‘wakirlpirri’ (dogwood Acacia coriacea) tree,a valuable and highly prized food source. In the hot summer time the ‘pirlarla’ seed pods are collected, burnt in a re and then cracked open. The seeds inside the pods are then ground up and make good food. The juice from the seeds is also edible.