Our Wonderful First class

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kids that care

It was so inspiring to witness such enthusiasm and joy on their faces as the children crushed up there own plant and coal colour pigments, like that of our Australian Aboriginal methods  as we were united to celebrate of Harmony Day. Then using their own paint  so eagerly to dye banana leaf stems. for next… continue reading »

Supporting our Precious Aboriginal Culture

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Indigenous

The Noosa Information Center on Hastings street is Featuring Sevgen (Seven Generations of Aboriginal Heritage) and displaying three new Art works of mine Spirit…34cmx34cm plywood Painted purely of ocean plant pigments, celebrating honoring and learning the spirit of Aboriginal culture. $50 The Woman of Glass house Mountains…34cmx61cm plywood painted in local sunshine coast natural plant… continue reading »

Woman of Glass House Mountains

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Painting of glass house mountains

I applied an orange pigment from local fruit picked from the the Coastal line of Peregian Beach in sunshine coast. The Glass House Mountains are breath taking in real life, which are found in the Hinterland in sunshine coast, you could certainly loose yourself. Stair and loose any thought that was ever present in your… continue reading »

Part Proceeds of Art work sales go towards Indigenous youth programs

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Women of Noosa National Park

Sevgen (Seven Generations of Indigenous Aboriginal people) Is a volunteer and not for profit program running to rehabilitate indigenous youths. I am so proud to mention these passionate people who have come together to support our precious culture and have only donations and volunteers keeping it a success today. A dream, hope and healing of… continue reading »

Indigenous Beginnings Noosa River

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My Aboriginal woman looks on at what has been transformed into buildings and populated from tourism and will always be seen to her and her community as a Noosa River being untouched and although different it still remains her home. Unfamiliar in same ways but the mermaid appearance suggests she is more comfortable in the… continue reading »

Noosa River Indigenous initial art work

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Sketch of Aboriginal art

This is my initial painted indigenous study, including the traditional women s face painting, but my  interpretation of  an indigo coloured dot representation  instead. My experiment in the use of all natural plant derived pigments has been wonderful and very liberating. While painting I will always remember a  large stripey skink lizard trying take a… continue reading »

Sketches of my upcoming Indigenous

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Latest sketches

Here  features the first stages of my surreal, dream like  images of  beautiful traditional Indigenous Aboriginal Women. They are within, connected and emerged within the land formations of  the sunshine coast  in Queensland, Australia. (Above image) Woman of  Glass House Mountains ( Below image) Woman of Burderim Falls Soft and delicate in appearance, as a sketch… continue reading »

Summer Senses Collection

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In Reach in my lounge

This “Summer Senses” Collection depicts the oceans and its beauty, mystery and the emotions it reveals. Whether its a feeling of freedom, or a feeling of what water provides for us. Such as it’s cleansing, rehydrating, nourishing, peace, calm, cooling as well as warming.  How these play a role to our physical state and then… continue reading »

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