Maleisha Leo (Girramay) breathes life into old traditions with her contemporary Mindi.
Traditionally Mindi's were small woven grass baskets used to carry small personal items and message sticks from place to place. Two different species of lomandra (jindarigun and bajarr bajarr) were used. Today artists are experimenting with a variety of non-traditional items such as wire, plastics, ropes and cord to create Mindi.
Artist: Maleisha Leo
Cultural Group: Girramay
Dimensions: 21cm x 7.5cm x 7.5cm
Cat # 5-20
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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.