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Hello Bukmak! I’ve enjoyed the past week looking through all the fibre art pieces in the gallery. So many beautiful colours and creations by the fibre artists of Gapuwiyak. I have been particularly drawn to the neutral tones of these pieces. If you haven’t had a look at the fibre art pieces on Gapuwiyak Culture and Arts website before, make sure you take the time to do so. - Sally ... See MoreSee Less

Hello Bukmak! I’ve enjoyed the past week looking through all the fibre art pieces in the gallery. So many beautiful colours and creations by the fibre artists of Gapuwiyak. I have been particularly drawn to the neutral tones of these pieces.  If you haven’t had a look at the fibre art pieces on Gapuwiyak Culture and Arts website before, make sure you take the time to do so. - Sally

Hello Bukmak (everyone)!

My name is Sally and I will be spending the next month getting to know the artists of Gapuwiyak Culture and Arts. During this time I will be doing a Facebook take over of this account. I will be sharing with you some of my favourite pieces of art and experiences. To get things started, I would like to share with you these mokuy (spirit figures) carvings which caught my eye the moment I first entered the art centre. I hope you can join me on my journey with Gapuwiyak Culture and Arts.
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Hello Bukmak (everyone)! 

My name is Sally and I will be spending the next month getting to know the artists of Gapuwiyak Culture and Arts. During this time I will be doing a Facebook take over of this account. I will be sharing with you some of my favourite pieces of art and experiences. To get things started, I would like to share with you these mokuy (spirit figures) carvings which caught my eye the moment I first entered the art centre. I hope you can join me on my journey with Gapuwiyak Culture and Arts.

Gay’wu, bush string bags, made with the inside bark of the Balgurr (Kurrajong) tree. It’s pounded, dyed and twisted by rolling on your thigh. We have some for sale on our website. ... See MoreSee Less

Gay’wu, bush string bags, made with the inside bark of the Balgurr (Kurrajong) tree. It’s pounded, dyed and twisted by rolling on your thigh. We have some for sale on our website.

Our amazing fibre artists have been making some beautiful mats, have a look at our online shop. ... See MoreSee Less

Our amazing fibre artists have been making some beautiful mats, have a look at our online shop.

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I bought one of these from Warruwi/Goulburn Is. - Mardbalk Art Centre 12 years ago. It's on the wall and I still love it!

Is that the artist that you bought?

Ashley Hodkinson which one is your favourite?

Stacey Hicks x

How could you pick just one?? They are bloody amazing 🤩

Chelsea Kerr

Broken back present Ashum Sheree ?

Rusty Aldridge ❤️

Kara Burdett

Dhapirrk !

Lyndal Gordon

Matthew Smith

Belle Moylan

Ooooo- my woven mats like this are like 20 years old and fading... might be time to replace with some new beauties!

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A slow and very wet start to the year but we are getting ready to add new artwork to our website. ... See MoreSee Less

A slow and very wet start to the year but we are getting ready to add new artwork to our website.