Man-kurndalh (Black Plums)

Deborah Wurrkidj is a Kuninjku artist from the Kurulk clan whose country lies around the outstation of Mumeka in central Arnhem Land.Man-kurndalh (black plum) are a much loved manme (bush food). The edible black berries are good for harvest in the late dry to wet seasons.

“Every wet season time they make black plum. Our family we going out bush and we collecting that bush tucker. Sometimes we collecting and we take home and eat with family, our grand children and grand daughter, family sharing. We eat that fresh one.” – Deborah Wurrkidj

A beautiful piece of crepe de chine silk in chartreuse with metallic blue and pinkish white ink

This artwork has been sold.