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An imaginative interpretation of the warm of the blanket. Hand stitched blankets of animal skins were used to protect against the colds and wet. They were often made for children to keep them snug and secure. This contemporary illustration provides an insight into the fundamental purpose of Aboriginal people and their united understanding that all children are sacred and the responsibility of not just their parents but the whole group.

Ngar Ngar

  • Oil on canvas.