Warumpi is the Luritja word for "honeyant" and is the traditional symbol for the country around Papunya, 250km west of Alice Springs. The Papunya community artists have been painting in acrylics on canvas and board since the early 1970's. Western desert painters first translated the motifs of their vibrant culture onto canvas with outstanding and well documented results. Today, the older artists pass on their stories and skills to younger ones who are emerging as skilled artists in their own right
Royalties from the sale of this product go to the artists
These coasters are Made in Australia
Set of 6. Comes in a cardboard box
Wonderful artwork and value for money. Proud to have some First Nations peoples’ artefacts on display at my house.
I was very disappointed when I received these. They are cheap to look at and to feel. The artwork looks as though it is blurry. Bought them as a gift for someone and won't be giving them now.
Great bought as a present my daughter loved them, they arrived very quickly. Great product and service
Bought the coasters as a gift. They are beautifully designed and made. Very happy with the purchase