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Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country
Konara on Parai – Community on Country

Konara on Parai – Community on Country

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Konara on parai shares the story of connection to community and country in the Hunter.  It highlights past, present and future generations, and the move across the generations from traditional to original custodians, onto  today as shared custodians together on country. 

Traditional engraved symbolism within the design brings an acknowledgments to Traditional custodians, with a large central gathering circle highlighting Awabakal, the country upon which this artwork was created.

A further three interconnected gathering circles depict surrounding tribal groups of the Wonnarua, Worimi, Darkinjung.  The fifth gathering circle, alongside a backdrop of expanding gathering circles out across country, acknowledge all tribal nations represented on country, who make the Hunter their home.  People symbols sit upon each of the gathering circles and this imagery is inclusive of all community on country and the respectful relationships and family connections built over time. 

At the top of the canvas the Eagle reflects the Wedgetail of the Wonnarua and Biraban of the Awabakal and this symbolism, alongside traditional Elders, pays respect to Elders past, present and emerging.   A backdrop of country depicts our hills, plains, valleys and mountains of the Hunter, while the blue water imagery depicts the East Coast, the Myan (Hunter River), Awaba (Lake Macquarie) and Hexham wetlands.

Konara on Parai acknowledges our past and looks forward to the future together as we share vision for caring for country and each other, while celebrating and embracing our countries  oldest living culture and it’s people.

Size: 2000(w) x 1000(h) mm

Year: April 2024

Medium: Mixed medium on premium stretched canvas with hanging hooks and wire.

I enjoy providing an opportunity to communicate with you personally on artworks of interests and their significance and story.  My hope and vision for my online Gallery is to connect with each prospective buyer, allowing for interchange and sharing around your individual art needs, as would occur in a gallery or exhibition.  It is an honour to have my artwork integrated into your living or work space and I am available to you to ensure the acquisitions of my works is a gratifying and pleasurable experience.

Free shipping Australia wide and free local pick-up available.

Konara on parai shares the story of connection to community and country in the Hunter. It highlights past, present and future generations, and the move across the generations from traditional to original custodians, onto today as shared custodians together on country.

Traditional engraved symbolism within the design brings an acknowledgments to Traditional custodians, with a large central gathering circle highlighting Awabakal, the country upon which this artwork was created.

A further three interconnected gathering circles depict surrounding tribal groups of the Wonnarua, Worimi, Darkinjung. The fifth gathering circle, alongside a backdrop of expanding gathering circles out across country, acknowledge all tribal nations represented on country, who make the Hunter their home. People symbols sit upon each of the gathering circles and this imagery is inclusive of all community on country and the respectful relationships and family connections built over time.

At the top of the canvas the Eagle reflects the Wedgetail of the Wonnarua and Biraban of the Awabakal and this symbolism, alongside traditional Elders, pays respect to Elders past, present and emerging. A backdrop of country depicts our hills, plains, valleys and mountains of the Hunter, while the blue water imagery depicts the East Coast, the Myan (Hunter River), Awaba (Lake Macquarie) and Hexham wetlands.

Konara on Parai acknowledges our past and looks forward to the future together as we share vision for caring for country and each other, while celebrating and embracing our countries oldest living culture and it’s people.

Shipping

Free post for orders over $75 with Sendle, otherwise it's from $9.70 from Australia Post.

Australia and Express post available at checkout.

Orders made by 2pm will be dispatched the same day from Toronto NSW 2283. Local Collection also available from Toronto NSW 2283.

International post available from AU$40

Returns

To be eligible for a return, your item must be unused and in the same condition that you received it. It must also be in the original packaging. Full refund provided if you’re not happy.

To complete your return, we require a receipt or proof of purchase to be included with the returned item.

Refunds:

Once your return is received and inspected, we will send you an email to notify you that we have received your returned item. We will also notify you of the approval of your refund.

Once approved, then your refund will be processed, and a credit will automatically be applied to your credit card or original method of payment, within 7 days.

To return your product, you should mail your product to: PO Box 719 TORONTO NSW Australia 2283.

You will be responsible for paying for your own shipping costs for returning your item. Shipping costs are non-refundable. If you receive a refund, the cost of return shipping will be deducted from your refund.

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