Danny Nalorlman

Kurrukadji The Emu

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Kurrukadji The Emu
Kurrukadji The Emu

Danny Nalorlman

Kurrukadji The Emu

Medium: Natural pigments on 100% Pressed Cotton
Size: Framed 127x102
Year: 1991
Price: $ NFS
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The emu is an important totem species for many of the Gunwingjku people of Arnhemland.
Feathers gathered from the emu are used in the making of ceremonial costumes. Emus are hunted as a source of food and for making some carrying utensils.

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