Experience the work of artist Marianne Burton with this vibrant tea towel! Made with high-quality materials, this dish towel perfect for both drying dishes and adding a unique touch to your kitchen decor. Be inspired and enjoy a little piece of art every day with this truly special tea towel.
– Featured artwork: ‘Detail from ‘Punmu Waterholes’, by Marianne Burton, courtesy Martumili Artists.
– Made in Australia
– 100% Heavy Cotton Tea Towel
– Dimensions (approx): 48cm x 79cm
– Please note that artwork/placement varies between tea towels so each tea towel placement is a little bit different and may vary from image shown.
– Information about artist and artwork included.
This kitchen towel fits a neutral coloured kitchen with earthy-coloured, warmer accents such as sandstone or ochre colours and a variety of kitchen styles.
About the artist
Marianne is a Martu woman and was was born in Jigalong, but has spent most of her life in Punmu. Marianne paints Jukurrpa stories of Punmu country and the story of two snakes. She paints the waterholes of her country. Full Information about the artist and artwork is included inside the journal.
Martumili Artists was established by Martu people living in the communities of Parnpajinya (Newman), Jigalong, Parnngurr, Punmu, Kunawarritji, Irrungadji and Warralong, and it draws on strong influences of aboriginal art history. The artists and their families are the traditional custodians of vast stretches of the Great Sandy, Little Sandy and Gibson Deserts as well as the Karlamilyi (Rudall River) area. Most Martu people maintain an entirely independent, nomadic desert lifestyle until the 1950s and 1960s when they walked into settlements in response to a long and severe drought. Today, Martu people live in their own communities and regularly visit regional centres such as Newman and Port Hedland
*This Aboriginal Art Tea Towel by Marianne Burton is packaged with information about the artist and artwork.