The artwork on this scarf is by Jakayu Biljabu and depicts the Parnngurr Area relating to the landscape surrounding the Martu community of Parnngurr in the Eastern Pilbara. Significant sites Yalpu, Wangkakarlu, Parnkurrl and Kurran Kurran are depicted - water sources that were crucial to the survival of Biljabu and her family during pujiman, Biljabu's family travelled from place to place depending on the availability of food and water at these sites, and to fulfil social and ritual obligations.
This scarf measures 87cm x 125cm, and is made of silk satin with hand rolled edges
The scarves come beautifully packaged in a gift box and includes details of the the artists work.
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