Quandamooka Fishing Nets

$735.00

This painting represent the nets traditionally used by Quandamooka people to catch Yungan (dugong). The lines of dots are the strong nets the yungan were caught with which were made from the inside bark of a scrub vine called nannam in our traditional Jandai language. Huge herds of yungan once fed along the western shore of Moregumpin (Moreton Is) along through to Goompi (Dunwich).

61wx91hx4d (cm)

Dimensions 61 × 91 × 4 cm

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Product Description

This painting represent the nets traditionally used by Quandamooka people to catch Yungan (dugong). The lines of dots are the strong nets the yungan were caught with which were made from the inside bark of a scrub vine called nannam in our traditional Jandai language. Huge herds of yungan once fed along the western shore of Moregumpin (Moreton Is) along through to Goompi (Dunwich).

61wx91hx4d (cm)

Additional Information

Weight 2 kg
Dimensions 61 × 91 × 4 cm