tjanpi (wild harvested grass), bush dyed raffia
|Lalla West is an artist belonging to the Ngaanyatjarra language and cultural group and lives in the remote community of Warburton, WA. Lalla’s work is notable for its well-executed style and shows some influence of the early missionary cottage craft styles. She has produced work for the Manguri Weaving Collection which is held by the Araluen Art Centre in Alice Springs and has been in many group exhibitions. Lalla has developed some particularly innovative works, such as the basket covered with crotched wool which is in the Manguri collection.