Rhonda Woolla is a proud Wik woman of the Putch Clan, Aurukun, who learnt the art of weaving and making feather flowers from her mother and grandmothers, the old girls in the community. She started weaving at a young age and sources and prepares all her own natural materials.
This exhibition is a selection of Woolla's traditional Kempan (baskets) and new contemporary forms, whereby the artists pushes the craft into unique new directions.
NorthSite Contemporary Arts acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we live, make and trade. We also acknowledge that Indigenous cultural and intellectual property exists within aspects of the gallery’s activities.
Choosing a selection results in a full page refresh.