A durable well constructed every day tote made from a heavy canvas featuring a screen printed unique design of “Good Spirits” by Paniny Mick made especially for her every day tote.
Colours available: Black / Navy blue / Mustard / Rust / Taupe
Screen print Front + back + internal pocket: in white on Navy or Black canvas tote
Screen print Front + back + internal pocket: in white or black - Mustard / Rust / Taupe canvas tote
Made and printed in Australia
Paniny is a respected senior Amata woman. Paniny came to Amata from Rocket Bore when she was a young girl with her parents, her elder brother Marla, and sisters Yarityji and Maringa. Paniny has worked as a teacher’s aide with the pre-school children and as a representative on the Women’s Council. Paniny began her artistic career creating batik at the Tjurma Arts and Crafts Centre. Since Tjala Arts was established in 1999 Paniny has become one of Tjala Arts’ highly regarded painters.
Paniny Mick has artworks in the collection of the ART GALLERY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA NATIONAL HERITAGE BOARD, SINGAPORE ART MUSEUM, and the NORTHERN TERRITORY MUSEUM AND ART GALLERY
She was awarded the 2003 Sotheby’s Marn Grook Auction and the Museum of Contemporary Art 2002 Tandanya/Arts SA Aboriginal Artists’ Fellowship Award
The APY COLLECTIVE designed product space creates multiple streams of ongoing and consistent income for Anangu of all ages. In particluar it provides creative skill development for younger members of the community, to empower them to thrive.
Every APY Design initiative has a real and tangible social impact. When you buy our product you directly support our grass-roots arts enterprise, with every dollar landing either directly in the pocket of the artist, or reinvested into new and existing initiatives that will and are working, because they are self-determined and directed!