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Serena (Three Zip) Crossbody Bag – Purple

Philip Gudthaykudthay

Bag made from Hand Printed Fabric

25cm x 19cm

2020

Small, handy bag that can be worn off the shoulder or cross body, big enough to hold everything you need such as phone, purse/wallet, keys, camera and lots more. Adjustable shoulder strap.
The internal compartment is quite spacious and fully lined. Externally there are two more pockets secured with zips.

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This vibrant bag (top right in photo) features a design by senior artist Philip Gudthaykudthay
The fabric was hand-printed in Ramingining by Aboriginal printers and then beautifully crafted by our fair trade partners, in Cambodia. Kravan House trains and employs disabled artisans and has been doing so since 2003. Made by Flying Fox Fabrics.
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Dimensions (the photo of a Serena bag being worn shows scale):
H: 25 cm (10 inch)
W: 21 cm (6 inch)
Fabric: Cotton. Lining and matching fabric is cotton.
Color: Grey base cloth with purple inks and matching grey backing. Lining is purple.

Fabric Design: Marrirrmira Story (2014)

This painting is about the place where the artist was born, the homeland of his father. The special markings and patterns refer to a special place and a story that he has inherited from his father, stories belonging to the Dhuwa moiety. It is from a place called Marrirrmira, 800 km east of Ramingining. Philip paints the markings of this special place which refers to a shelter, an shaded area that his father and other elders would gather together, light a fire and share stories and share food together after a hunt.

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Bula’bula Arts Aboriginal Corporation, situated in a small community called Ramingining in the remote Arafura Wetlands in North East Arnhem Land. The Corporation is owned and governed by the local Yolngu artist members and services the artists of Ramingining and 11 surrounding homeland outstations. Our core objective is to preserve and foster Yolngu culture.

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