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Wodoi and Djingun Unguds - Framed

Leah Umbagai


  • Year


  • Medium

    Etching on Hahnemuhle paper

  • Size

    76 x 57cm

This print represents the Wodoi and Djingun Unguds (snakes) and their siblings. Wodoi and Djingun are the two skin types (clans or moieties) to which all Wandjina people belong.

Exhibition Artist Leah Umbagai

  • Born

    1974, North-West Kimberly

  • Lives & Works

    Mowanjum community

A Woddorddaa woman from the north-west Kimberley, Leah’s passion for art comes from and is influenced by her elders. Her work reflects relationships, clan, country, and passion for teaching and sharing. Working with youth, she encourages them to live on country and respect culture, language, and heritage.

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