Impiti Winton

Tjanpi Desert Weavers


Anangu Manka Maru (person with black hair)

Tjanpi (wild harvested grass) with red and green wool, and red raffia 

L20cm x W30cm x H40cm

Impiti is from the remote South Australia community of Ernabella. She is an innovative weaver and sculptor inspired by the animals found around her home. She uses minarri grass, raffia, wool and emu feathers. She is also a well established Batik artist. Impiti Winton was finalist in the 2009 Woolhara Small Sculpture Prize for a stunning feathery kipara (bush turkey).