Aboriginal Art Cushion Covers
About this Product
Australian Made Cotton Cushion Cover featuring licensed artwork.
Dimensions (approx): 45cm x 45cm
Print on both sides of the cushion.
Please note that artwork/placement varies between cushions so each panel/cushion is a little bit different.
Cushion insert not included.
Insert recommended 51cm x 51cm.
Available in assorted designs (in the order they appear in photos):
- Rosie Lala from Yarliyil Art Centre (WA).
- Sheryl J Burchill – Sunrise
- Sheryl J Burchill – Sunset
- Otto Sims
- Teddy Gibson
- Ruth Stewart
- Lulu Trancollino
Please click through the photos and advise us in the notes box, during checkout which design you’d prefer.
About the Community
Yarliyil Art Centre, Halls Creek is located in the East Kimberley region of Western Australia. Yarliyil Artists work across a range of styles and mediums, representing the rich culture of the land, its history & the people. The main language groups of Yarliyil Artists are Jaru, Kidja & Walmajarri.
Sheryl J Burchill
Aboriginal Artist North Queensland Australia
Kuku Yalanji Name: Walbul-walbul (Butterfly)
Language Group: Kuku Yalanji & Kuku Nyungkal
Traditional Lands: Mossman, Daintree, Shipton’s Flat, China Camp – North Queensland, Australia.
Sheryl uses her Kuku Yalanji culture to inform her knowledge of traditional stories and life style and to use contemporary means to express her ideas. Sheryl’s artwork is represented in local, national and international collections.
Artists of Ampilatwatja
Ampilatwatja (pronounced um-bludder-witch) The Artists of Ampilatwatja community was established in 1999 near Alice Springs in the Northern Territory.
The work produced by the artists is recognisably distinct from other Aboriginal artistic communities, due to the application of fine dots and the often bright, figurative depiction of the land.