'Women on the Ground' Tote Bag
To celebrate the launch of our new Women Empowered Fund, acclaimed Archibald-winning Australian artist, Wendy Sharpe, painted and donated an exclusive work, ‘Women on the Ground’. This moving piece depicts the resilience of two women farmers in the community of Nchalo, Malawi, who have both undertaken training by The Hunger Project through our Nchalo Epicentre.
For our Christmas appeal, we’ve created 200 limited-edition eco-friendly tote bags featuring Wendy’s incredible work, available while stocks last for just $39.99, with all profits will going directly to the Women Empowered Fund (plus $9.00 postage).
The bags will be delivered via Australia Post. Please take postal times into consideration if you are purchasing the piece as a Christmas gift.
Image: Wendy Sharpe photograhed with her original work, ‘Women on the Ground’
About the Artist
Wendy Sharpe is one of Australia’s most acclaimed artists. She has been the recipient of The Sulman Prize, two Travelling Scholarships, The Portia Geach Memorial Award, The Archibald Prize and many others. She has been a finalist in The Sulman Prize thirteen times, and The Archibald Prize eight times. Wendy has held over 65 solo exhibitions around Australia and internationally.