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Gather, Gathers, Gathering

Kayla Henry is a descendent of the Jirrbal tribe.  She is an emerging artist and lives in Tully.  Kayla is gifted in the area of Traditional art and is following in the footsteps of her beloved mother, Desley Henry, who was a well known and respected  basket weaver and painter.


Kayla has painted all her life. As a traditional artist, she finds joy in sharing her art and culture with the world. 


Her work is represented in a number of private collections and has been included in various exhibitions, including the recent “Blak Roots” at the Centre of Contemporary Art in Cairns.


Artist: Kayla Henry
Cultural Group: Jirrbal
Dimensions: 1480mm x 2220mm

Material: Acrylic on Canvas
Cat # KH1205

Painting: 'Goanna Story'

SKU : KH1205
15 000,00AU$Prix
  • Arts and crafts: Girringun Art Centre's arts and crafts are hand produced, one off original works. As such they may from time to time have unique marks or craftsmanship nuances that may be deemed as faults. These will be determined on a case-by-case basis. Please contact us within 30 (thirty) days upon receipt of the item if you feel the work has an issue that you'd like to discuss. 

    Merchandise: Girringun Art Centre strives to produce merchandise that is of quality. We understand however that sometimes there may be issues in the reproductions that doesn't reflect this. Should your product be faulty, we are happy to provide a store credit to the price of the item (proof of purchase required). Please contact us within 30 (thirty) days of purchase to arrange your return.  

    Shipping: Any times that are returned will be shipped at your cost. Insurance: We strongly recommend insuring all arts, crafts and fragile products. As we hand our items to reputed freight, postage and courier companies we cannot accept returns of items purchased that have been damaged due to their negligence. 

  • The Girringun Aboriginal Art Centre is located in Cardwell, Far North Queensland. The centre represents artists from nine Traditional Owner Groups, the Nywaigi, Gugu Badhun, Warrgamay, Warungnu, Bandjin, Girramay, Gulgnay, Jirrbal and Djiru people.

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