Artwork: 100% paper pulp from cotton offcuts from local clothing industry to produce cotton rag pulp
Frame: Plantation grown timber, glass front, acid-free mat and metal tabs
Individually screen printed textile from the Yalanji Arts Centre, Mossman Gorge in North Queensland. Mounted on an acid free mat and framed in a Slim Box Corban & Blair frame.
The Kuku Yalanji are the indigenous inhabitants of the land which stretches from Cooktown to Chillago and Port Douglas. They are true rainforest people who live in harmony with the environment and their designs reflect the atmosphere, heat and colours of the Mossman Gorge area.