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Jenny Nangala Watson, Pirlarla Jukurrpa (Dogwood Tree Bean Dreaming), 30x30cm
  • Aborginal Art - 30x30cm - Jenny Nangala Watson, Pirlarla Jukurrpa (Dogwood Tree Bean Dreaming), 30x30cm
  • Aborginal Art - 30x30cm - Jenny Nangala Watson, Pirlarla Jukurrpa (Dogwood Tree Bean Dreaming), 30x30cm
  • Aborginal Art - 30x30cm - Jenny Nangala Watson, Pirlarla Jukurrpa (Dogwood Tree Bean Dreaming), 30x30cm
Aborginal Art - 30x30cm - Jenny Nangala Watson, Pirlarla Jukurrpa (Dogwood Tree Bean Dreaming), 30x30cm
Aborginal Art - 30x30cm - Jenny Nangala Watson, Pirlarla Jukurrpa (Dogwood Tree Bean Dreaming), 30x30cm
Aborginal Art - 30x30cm - Jenny Nangala Watson, Pirlarla Jukurrpa (Dogwood Tree Bean Dreaming), 30x30cm

Jenny Nangala Watson, Pirlarla Jukurrpa (Dogwood Tree Bean Dreaming), 30x30cm

$149.00
  • Aboriginal Artist - Jenny Nangala Watson
  • Community - Yuendumu
  • Aboriginal Art Centre - Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation
  • Catalogue number - 4317/19
  • Materials - Acrylic on pre-stretched canvas
  • Size(cm) - H30 W30 D3.5
  • Postage variants - This work is posted stretched and ready to hang
  • Orientation - Painted from all sides and OK to hang as wished

This story of the Pirlarla Jukurrpa (dogwood tree bean Dreaming) comes from the country near to the Yiningnarra range, south of Rabbit Flat and several hundred kilometers to the north-west of Yuendumu. This Jukurrpa travels west and begins near Yumurrpa. 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 fire and then cracked open. The seeds inside the pods are then ground up and make a good food. The juice from the seeds is also edible. In Warlpiri paintings traditional iconography is used to represent the Jukurrpa and other elements. In paintings of this Jukurrpa the representative designs that are painted onto women's bodies during their Yawulyu ceremonies are often shown. The custodians of the Pirlarla Jukurrpa are Jakamarra/Jupurrurla men and Nakamarra/Napurrurla women.

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