Aboriginal Designs - Water Hole in Black by Anna Pitjara


Manufacturer: M&S Textiles
Collection: Aboriginal Prints
Designer: Anna Pitjara
Print: Waterhole
Colour: Black

Fabric is sold in 25cm increments and multiple quantities in your cart will be cut as a continuous piece.

Quantity of 1 = 25cm (if you'd prefer a fat quarter, please add a note in your cart)
Quantity of 2 = 50cm 
Quantity of 3 = 75cm
Quantity of 4 = 1m


Anna Pitjara was born in 1965, in Utopia Station north-east of Alice Springs, Northern Territory. She comes from a well-known artist family. Her late mother, Gloria Ngale, was a famous artist. Anna worked in well-known batik projects in the 1980s at a relatively young age. She established herself with enormous potential in the art world of Utopia. She inherited some Dreamtime stories from her grandfather and father. As a traditional Aboriginal designer, her artworks are involved in body painting designs. In semi-desert or desert areas of the Northern Territory, water is always a precious commodity. Aboriginals were vigilant to find new sources of water in the form of waterhole or soakage trench. Anna’s design of the waterhole is almost an aerial view of salt lakes and the surrounding country. Her designs are innovative, neat, and bold. Many of the art galleries including the National and State art galleries have Anna’s artworks in their collections.