Women's Business Indigenous Print cross-body bag
This design by Mavis Nampitjinpa Marks from Ikuntji Artists shows the ‘Women’s Business Story:
Mavis is an accomplished Luritja Pintupi artist; born at Newhaven, 360km North West of Mpwartne (Alice Springs). She has been widely exhibited around Australia and the world. She enjoys traveling to Kintore to visit with her sister Yuyuwa; and to Alice Springs to see her sister Gina. Mavis moved to Haasts Bluff as a teenager with her mother. Mavis likes to paint the women’s Ceremonial Dancing at Mt Liebig and the story given to her by her grandfather of Kalipinpa, the Water Dreaming, which comes from her mother’s side.
In this design, Mavis depicts women’s business. She paints the women’s ceremonial dancing at Mt Liebig, close to where she was born and where she has lived most of her life.
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All Designed By Kate bags are lovingly handmade by myself, and carefully made to last for years. A great detail with this bag is the leather strap can be unclipped, and the bag can become a clutch. Lined with vintage silk satin, it's a very stylish bag.
Adorned with a quality metal zipper.
Hand-cut removable leather strap, 122 cms.
(The placement of the print can vary slightly from bag to bag)
Size: 24cm x 16 cm