Tjanpi Desert Weaving #donkey with saddle


artist – Lillian Inkamala

community – Tjanpi Desert Weavers

animal:  Donkey with saddle

dimensions approx: W: 40cm (from nose to end of tail); H: 18cm (to top of body); H: 25cm (to top of ears)

medium: natural & dyed native grass, blood red & light green wool thread

code: 298-23

delivery: additional, please contact us for a quote

view:  at our Sydney gallery.


Tjanpi artists use native grasses to make spectacular contemporary fibre art, weaving beautiful baskets and sculptures and displaying endless creativity and inventiveness. Originally developing from the traditional practice of making manguri rings, working with fibre in this way has become a fundamental part of Central and Western desert culture.

Tjanpi embodies the energies and rhythms of Country, culture and community. The shared stories, skills and experiences of this wide-reaching network of mothers, daughters, aunties, sisters and grandmothers form the bloodline of the desert weaving phenomenon and have fuelled Tjanpi’s rich history of collaborative practice.