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Night Ceremony Wool Scarf

Sale price$229.95 AUD

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  • Australian Merino Wool Scarf 
  • Woolmark Certified 
  • 70cm x 180cm 
  • Digitally printed 
  • Hand rolled hem 
  • Presented in a handmade box with information about the original artwork and the Aboriginal artist. 
  • Original artwork by Warlpiri Aboriginal artist Geraldine Napangardi Granites

To learn more about Geraldine Napangardi Granites click here


The Artwork Story

Ngalyipi Jukurrpa

Based on an original painting by well-known Warlpiri Aboriginal artist, Geraldine Napangardi Granites, the Night Ceremony design depicts a sacred site on the Warlpiri homelands, called Yanjirlpiri, which means “star”. Yanjirlpiri is where the Warlpiri woman perform sacred ceremonies using the Ngalyipi vine.  

Ngalyipi is frequently depicted in Warlpiri artists’ paintings due to its many uses in daily life, including its medicinal properties. The vine is also used in traditional Warlpiri ceremonies. The origins of the ceremonies date back thousands of years and are performed at night with the woman dancing under the stars.



Night Ceremony Wool Scarf
Night Ceremony Wool Scarf Sale price$229.95 AUD

Artist details

Geraldine Napangardi Granites

Geraldine Napangardi Granites was born in Yuendumu and has lived there all her life. Yuendumu is a remote Aboriginal community located in the Australian Outback.

Geraldine is a traditional Warlpiri artist, who learned to paint by observing her mother’s and her grandfather’s art works.

Geraldine’s paintings depict ancient Dreamtime stories which have been passed down through many generations of her ancestors over tens of thousands of years.

Geraldine’s artworks are exhibited in art galleries and private collections in Australia and internationally.