In collaboration with contemporary Kalkadoon Aboriginal artist, Brooke Sutton, Play Silkies is proud to bring to you 'Wani-Wani Watina'.
Brooke's interpretation of 'Wani-Wani Watina', which in the Kalkadoon language means 'To swim side by side', is colourful and joyous addition to the Play Silkies collection and is sure to be very popular.
The Kalkadoon people, from the Mount Isa area in Queensland, have a strong connection to the sea as they used to travel north to the gulf country to hunt and gather food. 'Wani-Wani Watina' depicts the graceful agility and beauty of the sea and the sea creatures that have learned to live together with respect.
Will it be used for dancing, dress ups, a treasure basket, colour hunt or, an old favourite, peek-a-boo?
Approximately 90cm x 90cm
Note: Listing is for one silk only.