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Journey of a Woman's Strength Silk Top

Sale price$179.95 AUD Regular price$249.95 AUD

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Presenting a distinctively Australian Aboriginal art design by Yidinji artist Barbara Mundraby from Cairns in Far North Queensland.

An absolute fashion “must have”, this luxurious silk top will work harder than any other staple in your wardrobe. Mix and match with a range of garments and separates, add an accessory or two and the sky is the limit. With this exquisite wearable art piece, you can traverse any number of stylish looks and occasions from beach to brunch to boho-chic and sizzling after dark glamour.

  • 100% Silk Chiffon
  • Hand rolled hem
  • Hand stitched button loops
  • Natural shell buttons
  • Digitally printed silk
  • 2 x 45cm wide by 150cm long
  • Presented in a handmade gift box lined with tissue paper
  • Artwork and artist information card
  • Royalties are paid to the artist with every item sold 

The Artwork Story

Journey of a Woman's Strength

The artist, Barbara Mundraby was inspired to paint this story in honour of her late grandmother. Barbara says that in the painting we should look for the women who have strengthened our own journey through life. "You will find your mother, your grandmothers, your sisters, your daughters, your aunties, your cousins and your best friends. They admire the strong beautiful woman that you are becoming. The journey never ends."

To learn more about Barbara Mundraby click here 


Journey of a Woman's Strength Silk Top
Journey of a Woman's Strength Silk Top Sale price$179.95 AUD Regular price$249.95 AUD

Artist details

Barbara Mundraby

Barbara Mundraby’s traditional name is Bungan which means “Sunlight”.

Barbara is a highly respected Yidinji Aboriginal artist from Cairns in the Far North of Queensland, Australia.

Barbara’s family has close links to the Yarrabah Aboriginal community near Cairns. Yarrabah is a former Aboriginal mission located about an hour’s drive south of Cairns and is sometimes referred to as “Paradise by the Sea”.

Barbara’s distinctive artworks are inspired by the unspoiled natural beauty of the reef and rainforest environments of her traditional Yidinji homelands.