In addition to paintings the artists also produce painted artefacts, including painted turrurru (music sticks), paraja (traditional food carriers), dancing boards, and boomerangs. Women also make seed necklaces. As each item is unique they are primarily sold through markets or on-site, not usually through this website. Please contact us if you are particularly interested in purchasing craft items.
Warlukurlangu Artists has led the way in producing a large range of licensed products. Proceeds from the licensing agreements go directly back to the artists. Products are sold with the name of the artist and the story for the design. The products include a range of crockery and bags, cushion covers, rugs, jewellery, ties, and other items.
Warlukurlangu collaborates with the following companies to produce licensed products.
Please contact us to find out stockists in your area. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for availability and prices. The art centre does not stock the full range of products but can arrange to ship orders nationally and internationally.