- Size: Cushion cover: 40 x 40 cm (16 x 16 inches)
- Fabric: Linen/cotton (front) and cotton (back)
- Colour: As shown. The reverse is black and closure is invisible zipper.
Design: Kungka (Woman) Dancing
Janet has painted a kungka (woman) dancing at her campsite. The kungka has customary women’s markings painted on her breasts for performing ceremonial dances. The campsite is identified by the replace (star in the middle) and wiltja – a traditional shade shelter made of branches. She is accompanied by her beloved dogs.
Janet is an accomplished artist with a fine sense of colour and composition. Her artworks are often intricately layered. She is also a weaver. She is a member of Papulankutja Artists in Blackstone Aboriginal Community in the Ngaanyatjarra Lands in Central Australia
Made from fabric digitally printed in Australia by Next State Print in Melbourne.
Cushion made by Mrs Pichreay as a fair trade project in Cambodia by Flying Fox Fabrics.
The artist is paid royalties for every metre printed.