- Size: Cushion cover: 40 x 40 cm (16 x 16 inches)
- Fabric: Tencel/linen (front) and cotton (back)
- Colour: The base cloth is natural (slightly offwhite) and the inks are a colourway of pink and rose.
This design by Eunice Napanangka Jack depicts her father’s Tjukurrpa (Dreaming). The lines represent sandhills. It shows the country at Kuruyultu, near Tjukurrla in Western Australia where Eunice was born.
Eunice Napanangka Jack is a senior Ngaanyatjarra artist working at Haasts Bluff in Central Australia. Eunice was born in 1940 at Lupul near Tjukurla in Western Australia near the border with Northern Territory. Her family walked across the desert towards the east where ration stations had been set up during a period of serious drought in the Central Desert. They stayed at the community at Haasts Bluff and Eunice grew up there.
At the National Indigenous Fashion Awards (NIFA) 2021 Eunice won the Textile Design category for her 2020/2021 Textile collection!
Eunice passed away in October 2022.
Made from fabric hand screen printed in Australia by Publisher Textiles, Sydney.
Cushion made by Mrs Pichreay as a fair trade project in Cambodia by Flying Fox Fabrics.
The artist’s family is paid royalties for every metre printed.