Nulla Nulla

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Artist: Mitjili Napurrula
Year: 2009
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Size: 135cm x 118cm
Price: $1750
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Description: Nulla Nulla’s are important sticks used by Aboriginal women during women’s ceremony. They wave their sticks while dancing & singing. They are also used for sorry business where they hit themselves & other members of their family. Also used as a digging stick to dig for honey ants, goanna & bush yams. The elderly also use the nulla nulla as a walking stick. They play a very important part in Aboriginal culture & Mitjili’s painting celebrates the importance of these sticks which are often painted with sacred ceremonial designs. A Rare blue chip investment work. Comes with a photo of Mitjili holding her work plus 10 working photos
Reference: MN135