Description

This beautiful Woven tie features Daphne Mark’s design ‘ Bush Onion’ and has been made by our ethical partners, Better World Arts.

Artwork Story:

Daphne says,

“My grandmother, Narputta used to make that painting. She told me that story. I used to work here (Ikuntji Women’s Centre) as a cook. I came to learn here. I saw my grandma painting. I learnt from her. She told me that story…Yalka…Bush food…For a long time those old ladies have been looking for Yalka, digging for Yalka, taking the fruit, cooking it in the fire. We cook them just a little bit, like Maku (witchetty grub). I have been looking for that Yalka with my grandmother.”

Better World Arts

Has been operating for over two decades.

They work with traditional artisans from remote regions in Kashmir, Peru, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh and Nepal (Tibetan refugees). They work with Australian Aboriginal artists from remote communities across Australia, from Arnhem Land to Central and the Western Desert regions, from rural locations and from cities.

Better World Arts are endorsed members of the Fair Traders Association of Australia and New Zealand.

Yalka – Tie Boxed (Blue)

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Bags and Accessories

$47

Description

This beautiful Woven tie features Daphne Mark’s design ‘ Bush Onion’ and has been made by our ethical partners, Better World Arts.

Artwork Story:

Daphne says,

“My grandmother, Narputta used to make that painting. She told me that story. I used to work here (Ikuntji Women’s Centre) as a cook. I came to learn here. I saw my grandma painting. I learnt from her. She told me that story…Yalka…Bush food…For a long time those old ladies have been looking for Yalka, digging for Yalka, taking the fruit, cooking it in the fire. We cook them just a little bit, like Maku (witchetty grub). I have been looking for that Yalka with my grandmother.”

Better World Arts

Has been operating for over two decades.

They work with traditional artisans from remote regions in Kashmir, Peru, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh and Nepal (Tibetan refugees). They work with Australian Aboriginal artists from remote communities across Australia, from Arnhem Land to Central and the Western Desert regions, from rural locations and from cities.

Better World Arts are endorsed members of the Fair Traders Association of Australia and New Zealand.