Known collectively aspunu, the carvings ofAnangu(Central and Western Desert Aboriginal people) have their beginnings in theTjukurpawhen the Creation Ancestors fashioned the first weapons and tools, setting down the laws and conventions of their design.
The Central and Western Desertkalior boomerang is a non-returning one and usually crafted fromwanari, mulga wood. It is used for hunting and fighting and in pairs as a percussive instrument forinmaor ceremony. Size and shape differ according to the individual craftsman.
Artist: Errol Evans Title: Mini Kali (Boomerang) Size: 12.5 x 3.9 x 0.7 cm (Sizes can vary slightly) Medium: Heartwood Mulga