Pukara Silk Scarf
One of Twelve Pukara scarf by Jimmy Donegan
Pukara is named after a waterhole south west of Irrunytju in Western Australia. Within the vicinity of this sacred men’s site, many Dreaming stories come together. This is reflected in the complex design of the work, which references the lay of the land, the seasonal abundance of vegetation, and the interactions of ancestral figures. The waterhole itself holds stories once belonging to Jimmy Donegan’s paternal grandfather.
110cm x 110cm 14mm 100% silk satin with hand rolled edges. All of our scarves come in a beautiful gift box and include an artist’s card, detailing the artist’s work and practice.
Priced at $160.00 including free postage.