OUTBACK TAILS | Blue Puli Puli Dog Bed Cover
OUTBACK TAILS | Blue Puli Puli Dog Bed Cover
OUTBACK TAILS | Blue Puli Puli Dog Bed Cover

OUTBACK TAILS | Blue Puli Puli Dog Bed Cover

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Outback Tails gives 10% of sales from the Puli Puli Blue bed cover to Indigenous artist Keturah Zimran.

Fora Studios donates $1 from the sale of this bed to the Dictionaries Fund to help ensure Indigenous languages can flourish for future generations.⁠

A spare cover for your much loved Outback Tails bed or create a completely new bed for your dog by filling it with your own stuffing such as old clothes, blankets or pillows. 

Comes with an inner liner included

  • Non Slip Base
  • 100% cotton
  • Machine Washable

Colour: Blue, yellow & white

Sizing:
Small: 80cm x 60cm x 11cm
Medium: 100cm x 70cm x 13cm 
Large: 120cm x 75cm x 13cm

 

About the artwork: 

Keturah depicts the puli puli (rocks) at two different sites. She paints the landscapes at Haasts Bluff where she grew up and also at Karrkurrutintja (Lake Mcdonald in Pintupi), located west of Kintore along the Western Australia/Northern Territory border.

Keturah has been inspired by the painting legacy and tutorage from her grandmother and mother, though has developed a distinctive style over her practice. Keturah uses different colours and hues to depict the ways the puli puli change colours with the weather, especially at sunrise and sunset. “The sand hills I paint are my mother’s story and the rocks I paint are my own story. My paintings are about my story and my mother’s… I like to paint; painting helps me forget my troubles. I paint every day. My Grandmother used to say to me when I was younger: “One day you will paint.”

 


 

About the artwork: 

Keturah depicts the puli puli (rocks) at two different sites. She paints the landscapes at Haasts Bluff where she grew up and also at Karrkurrutintja (Lake Mcdonald in Pintupi), located west of Kintore along the Western Australia/Northern Territory border.

Keturah has been inspired by the painting legacy and tutorage from her grandmother and mother, though has developed a distinctive style over her practice. Keturah uses different colours and hues to depict the ways the puli puli change colours with the weather, especially at sunrise and sunset. “The sand hills I paint are my mother’s story and the rocks I paint are my own story. My paintings are about my story and my mother’s… I like to paint; painting helps me forget my troubles. I paint every day. My Grandmother used to say to me when I was younger: “One day you will paint.”