"In this artwork there is a family gathered around a fire in their camp eating fish they caught in the river. The land is dotted with plants and surrounded by large hills that protect them from the weather."
Ryhia Dank is a contemporary Aboriginal artist who grew up in a remote community and now lives in modern Australia. Gudanji/Wakaja people told stories through pattern and design - she calls her storywork: Nardurna.
- Measurements: A4: 210 x 297mm; A3: 297 x 420mm
- Material: 310gsm Cotton Rag
- Frame not included
PLEASE NOTE: Fine Art Prints are guaranteed not to fade, if hung out of direct sunlight, for over 100 years.
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