Gäurra ga Munbi by Nyapanyapa Yunupinu
Image 49 x 25cm; paper 60 x 40cm
This design represents dharpa (tree) that grows in the monsoon vine forests and open forests of NE Arnhem Land. The name for this tree is Gälurra (Mallotus nesophilus). The fruits are eaten when ripe. Munbi (Malaisia scandens) is a climber that also occurs in these forests. The shiny red fruits are collected and may be either eaten raw or cooked. The vine sometimes grows over the Gälurra tree.
Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Centre is the Indigenous community controlled art centre of Northeast Arnhem Land located in Yirrkala, a small Aboriginal community, approximately 700km east of Darwin. The Print Space is one of Australia's premier print studios specialising in limited edition works on paper produced on its own press.
Please note this etching is hand screenprinted in the Yirrkala print space with imperfections that are part of the work.
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