Betty Club Mbitjana | 59cm x 89cm
Not stretched or framed | Acrylic on canvas
CURRENTLY ON LOAN IN DUBAI PLEASE ALLOW AN ADDITIONAL 14 BUSINESS DAYS HANDLING + FREIGHT BACK TO AUSTRALIA
Betty Club Mbitjana is the daughter of renowned artist Minne Pwerle and the sister of artist Barbara Weir. She is from the Utopia region of the Northern Territory (350km north east of Alice Springs). Betty Club Mbitjana's "Body Paint" works represent the designs the women paint on their bodies and the dancing tracks made in the sand during sacred women's ceremonies. Through the "Awelye" ceremonies, the women pay homage to their ancestors and show respect for their country. The designs they use have been passed down for many generations and only the Pwerle or Kemarre owners can paint them. Betty Club Mbitjina paints in a style similar to her famous artist mother Minnie Pwerle (1910-2006). Betty's paintings have gained a strong following and she will certainly be an artist to watch over the coming years.
Stretching & Framing
Stretching & Framing
Not stretched or framed
Stretcheing and/or framing can be organised on request once you have purchased your piece, pricing starts at around 1/3 of the artwork price (on average).
This process generally takes around 3-4 weeks.
Framing options are Tasmanian Oak, White or Black painted pine.
All stretching and framing is completed by the team at Left Bank Art Group
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International shipping will be calculated at checkout.
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All artwork stretching and framing is taken care of by the team at Left Bank Art Group on the Gold Coast, a family business that has operated for over 40 years, employing over 20 local staff
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All items are shipped via tracked freight.
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