Digital Prints
Please note colours may vary slightly in printing.
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Spiritual Ways

This artwork reflects the spiritual ways in which Aboriginal people have kept alive to ensure that Country is protected, thriving and safe. Sitting together are people ('U' shapes) sharing stories and knowledges about how to care for Country. For thousands of years, Aboriginal people have used traditional L.O.R.E and healing practices to care for the land, passing these knowledges down through generations. It's time to listen to these teachings and care for the land together.
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Sandhills

This artwork reflects the land and everything that belongs to it; the rivers, the plants, the animals and the people. The land doesn't belong to us, we belong to the land. We must protect and cherish her so that our future generations can enjoy what we leave behind.
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Barrawal (Ocean)

This artwork is for all our ocean lovers. The lines and patterns reflect the changes in currents and tides from season to season, whilst the 'U' shapes represent people. The circle shape with people sitting around it (bottom right) is a family sharing their love for the ocean. May we all protect and respect Barrawal so that it thrives for many more years to come.
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Homelands
 
This artwork represents home and everything that falls within the idea of home. The 'U' shapes in the centre is a family sitting together while around them, mountains, valleys, rivers and plants are reflected in lines and symbols. The 'U' shapes in the corner represents our ancestors passed. I hope this artwork reminds you of your home and loved ones passed. Always 
remember that family includes that of the land, waterways, animals, people and plants.
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Sacred Places

This artwork represents the old stories of sacred places. Whether it be a tree, river, mountain, or other significant landforms, we must protect all that is sacred to ensure the continuation of our First Nations' history. The circles represent important places. The 'U' shapes represent Aboriginal people sitting together. Songlines are shown to reflect the ways in which these sacred places have been spoken about throughout history. We must respect our land for all to enjoy.
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Our Island Home

This artwork represents home and everything that falls within the idea of home. The beautiful blues and light tan colours represent the beaches of Australia. The 'U' shapes are a family sitting together on their Country (their home). Around them, rivers, mountains, animal tracks, trees, plants and valleys can be seen. The white circular images (top right) represent L.O.R.E and Dreaming that guides us throughout our journey of life. Walk on Country with care for it belongs to us all to protect and enjoy.
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Our Island Home II

This artwork represents home and everything that falls within the idea of home. The beautiful blues and light tan colours represent the beaches of Australia. The 'U' shapes are a family sitting together on their Country (their home). Around them, rivers, mountains, animal tracks, trees, plants and valleys can be seen. The white circular images (top right) represent L.O.R.E and Dreaming that guides us throughout our journey of life. Walk on Country with care for it belongs to us all to protect and enjoy.
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Our Lands

This artwork represents the many Aboriginal Countries within Australia and pays homage to our First Nations Communities. With over 250 Countries that all operate and live differently (Dreaming Stories and L.O.R.E), we are one mob. The different Countries are represented in this artwork in sections. The continuation of colour and patterns reflect our union as one people.
Hawkesbury River - Dyirabun

The Dyriabun (Hawkesbury River) is home to the Dharug people - salt water people. This artwork retells the story of my own people sitting by the river, telling stories of old, fishing, gathering and hunting food.
Along with raising their children (the next generation of Dharug people), they passed down knowledges of sacred places, L.O.R.E and dreaming to keep our strong culture alive.
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Waterholes

Waterholes are important to the land, people and animals. Traditionally, Aboriginal people found the water from these natural pools and would collect it for their families using coolamons or bags made from animal skins. This collection of natural water would ensure the survival of everything, including surrounding trees and wildlife.
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Earth Dreaming

This artwork represents Mother Earth and her Dreaming. Lines form mountains, sandhills and valleys, and below the current (ocean) is reflected with dots and coastal patterns. Above the hills, Earth's Dreaming can be seen (circle shapes). The wavy lines between these indicate that her Dreaming is alive, living, breathing and thriving each day - just like us. We must protect her.
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Layers of Country

This artwork represents the different layers of our land. Each layer retells the stories and events that occurred before they passed into the history of the land. To ensure we keep adding layers, we must heal and care for Country together.
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Buwama (Breathe)
 
I created this artwork after a busy week full of highs and lows (as life usually goes). To unwind, I decided to release these emotions and let them speak through my art. When you look at this design, take a moment to ground yourself and breathe. Remember, no matter how busy life may be, enjoy it and live it to its fullest.
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Hawkesbury River - Dyirabun

The Dyriabun (Hawkesbury River) is home to the Dharug people - saltwater people. This artwork retells the story of my own people sitting by the river, telling stories of old, fishing, gathering and hunting food. Along with raising their children (the next generation of Dharug people), they passed down knowledges of sacred places, L.O.R.E and dreaming to keep our strong culture alive.
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My Country, My Home

This artwork represents home and everything that falls within the idea of home. The 'U' shapes is a family sitting together on their Country (their home). Around them, rivers, mountains, animal tracks, trees, plants and valleys can be seen. The white circular image at the top left represents L.O.R.E which guides us through life. It also represents Dreaming where our ancestors watch over us. I hope this artwork reminds you of home, family and your loved ones passed. Walk on Country with care for it belongs to us all to protect and enjoy.
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Songlines

Songlines are powerful links that we have traditionally to people, places and knowledges, and have already been established. Today, I believe songlines to be still present as a living thing. This artwork reflects where you have been: the people you've met, the things you have learnt, and represents the story of the person you are today from those experiences. I hope this artwork reminds you to continue to grow your longlines and build 
your connection to all things on this land.
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Hidden Knowledges

This artwork represents spiritual connections through the stories of my Old People/ancestors and spirits (reflected as 'U' shapes sitting together). This artwork retells the hidden messages (the background) to express the idea that these stories and knowledges will always remain, even though they are sometimes hidden and unseen. Let's walk and learn these stories together.
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Guwing (Sun)
 
The sun is of great importance to Aboriginal Dreaming and to ensure Country's survival. The cycle of the mother sun and father moon helps the natural growth of plants, animals, seasons, and communities. The sun, in coastal Dreaming, gave birth to all that you see, feel, touch, hear and smell. People, animals and plants often look to the sun for guidance. I hope this artwork makes you feel warm like the mother sun is watching over you.
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Tidda Girl
 
This artwork represents the power of women-hood and pays homage to those sister girls around us. As women, we are strong and courageous, yet kind and gentle. We can hold our own, fighting for what we believe in. As women, we are often seen in a negative light as being 'emotion' and 'sensitive', but these are our strengths. This artwork is about embracing your womanly spirit and encouraging others to do the same.
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Community Connections
 
This artwork reflects community connection. In today's era, we often lose sight of how important community connection is - to feel safe, to strive and to form relationships. The central image is a family sitting together, with the waves line around them being their home. Outside this, white circles can be seen representing the wider community that the family has formed connections to.
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Creative Imagination
 
I created this artwork after a busy week full of highs and lows (as life usually goes). 
This artwork depicts the importance of Creative Imagination. As 1/7 Aboriginal Imagination is of high importance to connect deeply too. The term 'imagination' is often associated with childs-play, however, as we grow into adulthood it's more important to connect with our creative imagination than ever before.
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Creative Imagination II
 
I created this artwork after a busy week full of highs and lows (as life usually goes). 
This artwork depicts the importance of Creative Imagination. As 1/7 Aboriginal Imagination is of high importance to connect deeply too. The term 'imagination' is often associated with childs-play, however, as we grow into adulthood it's more important to connect with our creative imagination than ever before.
Sand Stories (Limited Edition)

This limited edition artwork represents the land and how my Old People would use the sand to talk/yarn, and pass on knowledges. The 'U' shapes are people - sitting together with their family and community. The circular shapes with white dots around them represent Aboriginal L.O.R.E and knowledges. The lines around the people reflect the waterways by the sand (rivers and seas). The design is filled with dots and symbols which retell these stories in the sand: their Sand Stories.