Large Cotton Tablecloth - "Wala Waru (Eagle Dreaming Inma)" by Andy Tjilari
Cotton Table Cloth Lg 150 x 230cm
Andy describes this painting as Wala Wuru Inma. This inma (ceremony/dance/song) is performed by two men. One happy man is singing and dancing. The other man is creeping up behind him with a spear. He throws the spear at the man but misses deliberately, it is all for the performance (he is family!)This dance is a celebration of the eagle.
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