Ngarga Warendj (Dancing Wombat) is the work of Victorian artist, Mick Harding. Mick belongs to the Yowong-Illam-Baluk clan of the Taungurung people, one of the five language groups that comprise the Kulin Nation. Residing in the rolling foothills of Gippsland’s Strzelecki ranges, Mick draws his inspiration from the compelling legends of his people, and weaves imagery from those legends into each of his designs. He aims for hs work to connect the recipient with his Indigenous hertiage and foster a greater understanding of Australia's First Nations cultures.
- Each of these intricately patterned Acacia (wattle) Wood Gum Leaves comes with an informative card explaining Womindjeka and it's significance to the people of the Kulin Nation (Victoria)
- Each wooden leaf measures approximately 20cm long
- Provided on A5 (148x210mm) backing card, within protective cello sleeve
- The artist profits directly from each sale
Note: Designs will vary: the patterns on each Wonindjeka Gum Leaf are burned by hand, creating a piece which is truly unique, so your leaf will not look exactly like those pictured here