Lajarri by Rikki Dank, a Gudanji/Wakaja woman from Borroloola, NT
Lajarri exhibits a range of contemporary and traditional Indigenous Australian paintings from remote communities in the Northern Territory, sourced directly from the artist where possible.
Owned and operated by Rikki Dank, a Gudanji/Wakaja woman from Borroloola, a remote community in the Northern Territory. In 2019 Rikki decided to showcase and share a small part of her culture by creating Lajarri.
Lajarri is the Gudanji language word for fire.
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