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Women’s Journey Dreaming Silk Chiffon Scarf 67.5cm x 180cm

Sale price$174.95 AUD

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Presenting a distinctively Australian Aboriginal art design by esteemed Warlpiri artist, Jeanie Napangardi Lewis, this beautifully handcrafted silk scarf exemplifies Mainie’s “Luxurious, Authentic, Unique” trademark.


The generous size of this versatile fashion accessory allows it to be effortlessly styled to suit any occasion.  From daytime to evening, from a resort to a special event, from an easy-to-wear sarong to an elegant shoulder wrap, this exquisite wearable art piece will always be ready to go.


  • 100% Silk Chiffon
  • Hand rolled hem
  • Digitally printed silk
  • 67.5cm wide by 180cm long
  • Presented in a handmade gift box with information about the provenance of the original artwork and the artist’s story
  • Produced under licence in accordance with the Indigenous Art Code. Royalties from every piece made are paid to the artist.



The Artwork Story


Mina Mina Jukurrpa (Women’s Journey Dreaming)


The Mina Mina Jukurrpa is an ancient Dreamtime story which has been handed down through many generations of Warlpiri women over tens of thousands of years. The story is about a journey by a group of Warlpiri women who travelled across the desert gathering a vine called Ngalyipi. The Ngalyipi vine has long been used by the Warlpiri women for sacred ceremonies. The vine also has medicinal uses.



Learn more about Jeanie Napangardi Lewis

Women’s Journey Dreaming Silk Chiffon Scarf  67.5cm x 180cm
Women’s Journey Dreaming Silk Chiffon Scarf 67.5cm x 180cm Sale price$174.95 AUD

Artist details

Jeanie Napangardi Lewis

Jeanie Napangardi Lewis was born around 1950 in the remote Tanami Desert region of the Australian Outback. Jeanie paints traditional Aboriginal Dreamtime stories which have been passed down to her through many generations of her Warlpiri ancestors.The Mina Mina Jukurrpa is of special significance to Jeanie as the Mina Mina country has been the homelands of her ancestors for thousands of years. Jeanie’s works are included in the British Museum Collection and have been exhibited in major art galleries around Australia and internationally.