Martingale Collar - Sand Dunes
Martingale Collar - Sand Dunes
Martingale Collar - Sand Dunes

Martingale Collar - Sand Dunes

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Graced with the work of Pauline Napangardi Gallagher, this martingale collar will make a colourful statement on your sighthound's next walk. 

Our collars are made from cotton canvas that has been wrapped around nylon webbing and come in 4 sizes. Please measure up your dogs neck to ensure you choose the right size for your dog: 

Sizing (please measure your dog's neck to choose the right size)

Small - 18cm to 28cm (2.5 wide) Suited to larger Italian Greyhounds & small Whippets (smaller Ig's may find the hardware a bit bulky on their fragile necks). 

Medium -  -36cm to 42cm (4cm wide) - Larger Whippets

Medium to Large -38cm to 46cm (4 cm wide) Smaller and Regular Greyhounds 

Large- 43cm to 55cm  (4.5cm wide)  - Big Greyhounds only

Watch our demo video here to fit your dog

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About The Artwork

Sand Dunes by Pauline Napangardi Gallagher

About the artwork: Sand Dunes by Pauline Napangardi Gallagher

The ancestral Napangardi women performed ceremonies as they travelled, dancing and singing a landscape of rolling red sand dunes.

 

Pauline paints her father’s stories – Pikilyi Jukurrpa (Pikilyi Dreaming) and Mina Mina Jukurrpa (Mina Mina Dreaming), Dreamings that relate to her land, its features and animals. They have been passed down to her by her parents and their parents before them for millennia. She continues to paint through this art centre when she visits Yuendumu or when canvas, paint and brushes are dropped off in Nyirripi for artist by Warlukurlangu, as they have done since 2005. Pauline loves colour and uses an unrestricted palette to develop a modern interpretation of her traditional Aboriginal culture.

 


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