Bakai - Bark series 2
The artwork is representative of the native trees and the diversity of bark found and used for many purposes by Aboriginal people. Carved and made into utensils or beneficial in bush medicine, bark had a multitude of purposes.
Size: 300 x 400 mm
Year: June 2016
Medium: Mixed medium on premium stretched canvas with hanging hooks and wire.
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Reflective in style to many traditional engraved artworks found throughout the Hunter Region and Wonaruah country, my artworks are connected to country in style and design through the use of a sand based medium. The highly textured pieces embody the age old sandstone engraved artworks created by our ancestors and add a whole new dimension to the works.
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