Dancing Wombat Milk Jug
These milk jugs (creamers) are the perfect table accessory when entertaining guests who enjoy milk with their tea or coffee.
Milk jugs are available in assorted designs and feature beautiful artworks from Warlukurlangu Artists of Yunedumu – located 300km outside of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory of Australia.
Presented in a matching giftbox featuring information about the artist and artwork.
Royalties from this product directly benefit the artist and their community.
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- Fine Bone China Milk Jug/Creamer
Jug Height – 8.5cm
Ø – 6.5cm
- Dancing Wombat Fine Bone China Milk Jug/Creamer
Based on artwork by Mick Harding
Packaged with information about the artist and artwork.
Ngarga Warendj (Dancing Wombat) by Victorian Artist Mick Harding.
Womindjeka is what we say to friends and strangers when we welcome them onto our country. We offer them a gum leaf as their passport and they must observe Bunjils law. Bunjil the wedge tailed eagle is the creator spirit for the Kulin people.
The five gumleaves represent the five language groups that make up the Kulin Nation: Boonwurrung, Woiwurrung, Taungwurrung, Wadawurrung, and Djadjawurrung. The shields represent our individuality and the protection of our families. All the symbols are unique to South Eastern Australia and they demonstrate connection to our country.
- Mick Harding belongs to the Yowung-Illam-Baluk clan of the Taungwurrung people – a tribe of the Kulin nation. Mick was born in Melbourne.
Mick draws inspiration from the compelling legends of his people and weaves the images of those legends into each of his original artworks, which reflect the unique symbols and artifacts of South East Australia.
Each of the artworks Mick creates, is linked to a legend and challenges the viewer to understand their place in the story.