Konara - Clan series 6
This artwork won Highly Commended at Weston Art Prize 2016 and second place at Singleton Art Prize 2016 both in the Indigenous section.
This piece tells the story of coming together as a family across the generations and extended family clan groups, a gathering of people, Elders, fathers, mothers and children at a family event or celebration. The five main textured symbols in the centre depict the Elders who are held in high regard by all and giving priority at all gatherers.
Size: 900 x 900 mm
Date: July 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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