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Leather Purse Set Warlukurlangu Art

100% Genuine leather 3pc Purse set Warlurkungla design.
Practical Clutch purse for going out. Roomy enough for your mobile, keys, cards, money and makeup.
Has four separate compartments for easy use.
The clutch comes with a separate coin purse and a card holder/purse as well.

Warlukurlangu Artists is one of the longest running and most successful Aboriginal-owned art centres in Central Australia, Yuendumu, NT.

Producing gloriously coloured artworks and supporting the Aboriginal community of Yuendumu
since 1985.

It has a national and international profile and its art has been featured in hundreds of exhibitions and publications in Australia and around the world.

Warlukurlangu means ‘belonging to fire’ in the local language, Warlpiri, and is named after a fire dreaming site west of Yuendumu.

Warlukurlangu Artists’ Art Centre lives in Yuendumu, a southern Northern Territory community in Australia on the far reaches of south west Tanami Desert. Warlukurlangu is a stronghold of traditional Warlpiri culture.

An essential part of Yuendumu’s community life, Warlukurlangu’s well established profile has come about from exhibiting widely and producing a number of publications on the artists work and lives.

With surrounding areas often alight with bushfires, the Art Centre aptly takes the word ‘Warlukurlangu’, meaning ‘belonging to fire’, as its name.

Paintings embedded with desert tracks, iconic traces, mapping charts, animate and inanimate life, are colourfully set down for teaching new generations, aesthetic pleasure, commerce, archiving and sheer joyful reasons.

Established in 1985, and governed by more than six hundred members, Warlukurlangu has flourished with the strength, resilience, generosity, formidable knowledge and patience of the artists.
(Warlukurlangu is aka Warlurkungla)

How do I know it’s authentic?

The labels are an indication of whether the product is authentic or ‘copycat’. They are a secure way for consumers to know that the art, craft, souvenirs and other work is the authentic product of either an Indigenous creator or is collaboration between Indigenous creators and others and not a "rip-off”
The benefits of purchasing products with the correct labeling are:

The artists will receive a fair return on sales from their art
Consumers will recognise products originating from Aboriginal people who are speaking in the proper way about their stories
Visitors will learn more about the different Aboriginal traditional and contemporary styles of art and stories from across Australia
It will prevent further exploitation of Indigenous Arts and Crafts.

What to look for:

The label on the product should clearly state:

A description of the work of art and product
Identify the Artist/s or Art Centres
Identify their origin, tribe or location
Identify the full royalty statement for licensed products

Royalties from these products directly benefit the artist and their community.

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