Women Dreaming Burgundy Australian Aboriginal Fabric by Audrey Martin Napanangka
Women Dreaming Burgundy Australian Aboriginal fabric has been designed by Audrey Martin Napanangka in soft shades of yellows and ochres, accented by the women (the horse shoe shapes symbolize women sitting) in burgundy. The Australian Aboriginal fabric is printed on 100% soft hand cotton that is 42" wide. It is ideally suited for quilting, garments, home decor and other fabric crafts.
Audrey Martin Napanangka is an experienced artist. She has contributed many artworks and some of her artworks are very popular. The Women Dreaming is one of her bestselling designs. In this artwork, she skillfully depicted the dreamtime of women and their dreaming. Her work is neat and bold. Dreaming stories pass important knowledge, cultural values and beliefs to later generations through songs, dances, paintings and storytelling. Aboriginals have maintained a link with the dreaming from ancient time to the current day, creating a large cultural heritage. This is one of the oldest cultures on earth. Women play an important part in Aboriginal life. They are taught by elders about social law and order. They do not maintain any written law. Women gather together occasionally to discuss any problem to maintain the social harmony.