Artist: Elaine Lane
Size: 30cm x 76cm
Medium: Acrylic on canvas
Story from the certificate of authenticity:
Elaine is a painter from Papulankutja (Blackstone) who now resides in Wanarn Aged Care. Elaine paints tjukurrpa from her country of Papulankutja, which includes songlines for associated tjukurrpa of Wati Kutjarra and Lirru - carpet python dreaming.
Warakurna Artists work closely with Wanarn Aged Care Facility to conduct painting sessions with elderly patients. This program nurtures artists who have contributed largely to one of the most significant art movements in Australia. The joyous communal activity has a myriad of positive benefits such as relieving boredom and frustration. Health staff report that this diversional therapy helps to reduce patient's drug intake and the old people rejoice in sharing and passing on their important Tjukurrpa with their families who visit them when the workshops are conducted. Warakurna Artists is a positive and powerful example of Aboriginal businesses managed by artists and community elders ensuring the wealth of talent and economic returns are retained in the community.
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