Lenore Dembski Paperbark Woman has fabrics and scarves from a number of Northern Territory Aboriginal communities.
The textiles and scarves have been decorated by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. There are also fabrics that have been mass produced using designs by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.
The textile sizes vary from patchwork pieces 10cm by 7cm to rolls of fabric and cut pieces up to 5 metres long.
The base materials in the textiles are made from various types of cloth including: cotton woven and stretch, poly-cotton woven and stretch, synthetic stretch/lycra, silk and linen.
The artists have used a number of different ways to decorate the textiles – including single or combinations of the following: silk painting, lino printing, screen printing, batik, tie-dye, stencil and hand painting. The mass produced textiles have been manufactured under the artistic guidance of the particular artists.
There are many different artists involved in producing the textiles and scarves.