Aboriginal ‘Gatherings’ butterfly bow – double print
20% of the sale of this bow will go back to Bajool State School.
A gorgeous colourful butterfly has gently touched down in your hair! The butterfly bow features two larger wings atop two smaller backing wings on the bottom. They are perfect for tying off the top of a ponytail or the bottom of a plait, or clipping to the side to keep fly-aways neat and tidy. They also make cute piggy tales.
‘Gatherings’ is an original commissioned artwork, exclusive to SallyAnna.
From the artist: ‘Gatherings’ is the story of our females, young and old. The pink and purple represent our strong females, the ꓵ shapes that are sitting outside each circle or oval shape are our women gathering and sharing stories. The larger gatherings are our old women with the young girls sharing culture. The oval shape is two women sitting with a coolamon as they gather foods. Each gathering is significant to an older woman’s and young girl’s life. They shape the young girl into a woman and give her strength to move into womanhood. Authentic Aboriginal Art Print @BunyaDesigns