Melita Dusty Pink - My Country Collection


Bay Gallery Home’s My Country wallpaper range is an innovative translation of original Australian Aboriginal paintings depicting the Australian outback, the bush medicine and bush tucker.

 

The MELITA DUSTY PINK wallpaper represents the different plants, bush foods and medicines changing with the light of the day and the seasons of the year.

 

Original artwork is by Melita Pitjara Morton.


Bay Gallery Home’s My Country wallpaper range is an innovative translation of original Australian Aboriginal paintings depicting the Australian outback, the bush medicine and bush tucker.

 

The MELITA DUSTY PINK wallpaper represents the different plants, bush foods and medicines changing with the light of the day and the seasons of the year.

 

Original artwork is by Melita Pitjara Morton.

Pattern Repeat: 46.5cm Straight

 

Approx trimmed width: 52cm

 

Approx Length: 10.05m

 

Area: 5.23 sqm

 

Coated Non-Woven

 

The wallpaper is manufactured in and distributed from the UK. Funds from each sale goes back to the artists helping support their communities by way of keeping the connection with their country.

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Bay Gallery Home has represented artists from communities of the Northern Territory, Australia since 2008. We are the only dedicated Aboriginal gallery in the UK, and are proud to present this compelling and sophisticated body of work.

Bay Gallery Home is also behind a pioneering Interiors collection My Country, producing tiles, wallpapers, rugs and fabrics from original artworks, in collaboration with British manufacturers.

Our interiors collection is inspired by gallery space interactions, by observing what our clients are drawn to and why. It is informed by the very personal responses to something often never before seen, an art that is deeply attractive, compelling and emotive.

The Australian Aboriginal visual language is a repository of stories passed down through generations to guide and encourage its communities as they engage with life's journey. The artists we work with are remunerated for the original purchase of artwork, and receive a percentage of interiors sales. This additional source of income has direct bearing on the mobility, educational and work opportunities of often marginalised communities.

By investing in the cultural and financial lives of its artists, Bay Gallery Home provides the opportunity to share in its artists' worldview whilst affirming it.

Bay Gallery Home’s My Country wallpaper range is an innovative translation of original Australian Aboriginal paintings depicting the Australian outback, the bush medicine and bush tucker.

 

The MELITA DUSTY PINK wallpaper represents the different plants, bush foods and medicines changing with the light of the day and the seasons of the year.

 

Original artwork is by Melita Pitjara Morton.

Pattern Repeat: 46.5cm Straight

 

Approx trimmed width: 52cm

 

Approx Length: 10.05m

 

Area: 5.23 sqm

 

Coated Non-Woven

 

The wallpaper is manufactured in and distributed from the UK. Funds from each sale goes back to the artists helping support their communities by way of keeping the connection with their country.

This information is only available to our users. Sign Up here

Bay Gallery Home has represented artists from communities of the Northern Territory, Australia since 2008. We are the only dedicated Aboriginal gallery in the UK, and are proud to present this compelling and sophisticated body of work.

Bay Gallery Home is also behind a pioneering Interiors collection My Country, producing tiles, wallpapers, rugs and fabrics from original artworks, in collaboration with British manufacturers.

Our interiors collection is inspired by gallery space interactions, by observing what our clients are drawn to and why. It is informed by the very personal responses to something often never before seen, an art that is deeply attractive, compelling and emotive.

The Australian Aboriginal visual language is a repository of stories passed down through generations to guide and encourage its communities as they engage with life's journey. The artists we work with are remunerated for the original purchase of artwork, and receive a percentage of interiors sales. This additional source of income has direct bearing on the mobility, educational and work opportunities of often marginalised communities.

By investing in the cultural and financial lives of its artists, Bay Gallery Home provides the opportunity to share in its artists' worldview whilst affirming it.


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