rina-mapali, nimina & kalikina
(lots of shells, grasses and seaweeds)
Lola Greeno Living Legacy
"Tasmanian Aboriginal women have a story to tell, from their mother's mother's." Lola Greeno
A book highlighting the importance of passing on Tasmanian Aboriginal cultural practices from generation to generation.
If you enjoy exploring the beaches of lutruwita, examining shells and kelps along the shore, then this book showcasing the work of palawa elder Lola Greeno is for you. The book published by QVMAG includes interviews with Aunty Lola, along with images of her exquisite shell necklaces. Shells, kelp and native grasses are identified with full colour images along with the titles, descriptions and memories of the artist.
Softcover 64 pages
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