Mary Katatjuku Pan


5052-17 Sculpture

Ningtaka (goanna) eating ninu (bilby)

Tjanpi with natural and brown raffia and grey wool

L80cm x W29cm x H20cm

Amata SA


Out of stock

Artist Biography

Mary is from the remote South Australian community of Amata and currently lives with her family at their homeland of Rocket Bore. She is a skilled weaver, using minarri grass, wool and raffia to make both baskets and sculptures. She is also an accomplished painter. Her favourite topics are waterholes, spiders and watersnakes, and hunting after fires. Mary is a well respected and influential member of her community and a senior cultural figure.

Shipping Information

Weight 2 kg
Dimensions 80 x 29 x 20 cm