My name is Saretta Fielding and I am a Wonaruah woman. I have enjoyed the benefit of growing up within a large and close knit extended family and much of my work is influenced by family connection and relationships.
OneSight’s competition to find an emerging Indigenous artist saw Saretta Fielding judged the winner, selected from over 70 submissions to OneSight’s Indigenous Design Competition.
“Saretta's work is highly creative, technically accomplished and reflects her own journey, a deep respect for her people and cultural identity and the stories embedded in Aboriginal history”.
DEBORAH GUION, HEAD OF CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY
When we were looking for a unique Indigenous artwork for our office, Saretta quickly become our choice of artist to tell Winc’s story.
I can highly recommend her professionalism and collaborative approach – her finished artwork speaks for itself.
LISA WARREN, SENIOR HR BUSINESS PARTNER
Working with Saretta and her team to develop the artwork for our Reconciliation Action Plan has been an absolute pleasure. Saretta’s warmth and generosity made the process incredibly informative, contemplative and enjoyable.
Danielle Gentles, Project Manager
NSW Communities and Justice
It has been a fabulous journey from the beginning in the workshop and now to have the opportunity to have our story evolve into this beautiful artwork which has a direct linkage and connection to all of us.
Jill Murray, Head of Marketing & Communications
Thank you Saretta and John for all your help with artwork and creatives for our Reconciliation Action Plan.
We really wanted to tell a creative visual story, and we really appreciated that you took the time to work with us and understand what we wanted to convey.