RBetter World Arts works with indigenous communities in Australia to reproduce their artworks onto functional items, uniting Australian Aboriginal artists with skilled handicraft artisans from other parts of the world. Our focus is on hand crafted traditions, but i recent years we have included other manufactured items into the range. Better World Arts pays royalties to artists for the use of their designs, on a monthly basis. We have also worked sustainably with artisans for over 25 years. Better World Arts is has accreditation with the Fair Trade Association of Australia and New Zealand.
Rama's painting illustrates people sitting at an inma (ceremony) out Pipalyatjara way. There are wati tjuta, munu minma, munu tjiti tjuta, walytja tjuta (many men, women, children and families) sitting, singing and talking - each circle represents a person. This is taking place in Rama's country, Kuntjanu, and all the people are looking to see what is going to take place. Rama has a deep understanding of important traditional Kuntjanu tjukurrpa stories, his homeland. His paintings illustrate the many aspects of the Wanampi Tjukurpa - Rainbow Serpent Dreaming.