Lynette Lewis Resin Tatu (Gumnut) & Wayanu (Quondong) Seed Liritja (Necklace)

Resin tatu (gumnut) & resin wayanu tatu (quandong seed), stone, wood, copper, 390 x 220 x 35 mm, IJP74. Ernabella Arts.

Lynette Lewis is a young Pitjantjatjara artist who has quickly become a leading ceramicist and jeweller. Her work as a jeweller features exceptional beading designs using beads and cast wayanu (quondong).

Her exhibitions include Yangupala Tjuta Waakarinyi . Many Young People Working, touring exhibition of ceramics from Ernabella Arts at Sabbia Gallery, Sydney and the Australian National Botanic Gardens, Canberra, 2015 and the upcoming Pukatjalanguru kungka tjuta kunpu warkarinytja – Ernabella women: strong work, together, Sabbia Gallery, 2016.




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