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Dreaming Duo Earring Pack - Murdie Morris

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A set of Australian Made Aboriginal artwork earrings that will make a beautiful gift for Christmas or special treat just for you.

In colourful summer colours of blue, pink, yellow, orange and black there are also many earrings in one. Slide your shapes on and off the hoop or hook to layer them however you please or wear each piece individually. 

The stylish earrings have been made in Australia and show an element of the Aboriginal artwork titled Two Dogs Dreaming by Murdie Morris. Murdie is a painter with the Warlukurlangu Art Centre and these earrings have been made in collaboration with this Aboriginal owned art centre.

Product Details -

  • Features Aboriginal art from Two Dogs Dreaming by Murdie Morris
  • Sterling silver hooks and hoops
  • Circles Hoop Earrings 3cm long x 2cm wide, 1.5 grams each
  • Layered Tear Drop Earrings 5.3cm long x 3cm wide, 3 grams each
  • 100% Australian Made in Queensland

Murdie Nampijinpa Morris was born in the 1930s at Rabbit Flat, a tiny settlement in the middle of the Tanami Desert in the Northern Territory of Australia. Her parents would have taken her out bush in the Nyirripi area, showing her sites and teaching her the traditional ways of her country.

Murdie began her journey into painting when she attended a workshop in 2012. She enjoys painting her father’s Jukurrpa, Maliki Jukurrpa (Domestic Dog Dreaming) and Malikijarra Jukurrpa (Two Dog Dreaming) – Dreamings that have been passed down through generations and relate directly to the land, its features and the animals and plants that inhabit it. She uses an unrestricted palette to develop a modern interpretation of her traditional culture.