Terambamba Woka – Rising Above
Terambamba Woka shares the story of Allambi Care, celebrating the Allambi community, the journey of reconciliation and the spirit of the Allambi Care family.
Central to the artwork we see the traditional interpretation of the Allambi Care logo. This circle of courage, inspires hope and belief in a positive future for everyone, through the restorative journey of belonging, mastery, independence and generosity.
The logo imagery sits upon a yellow growing gathering circle, depicting the Allambi family embracing all communities, highlighting what we can achieve together and the empowerment of people to reach their potential.
The eagle totem of local tribal groups soars across the top of the artwork imagery. A symbol of protection, safety, empowerment and nurturing, depicting families going forward and rising up as they are inspired and supported towards a hope filled future.
Four meeting circles encompass the central imagery, each made up of three earth coloured rings. These rings are symbolic of the three key focus areas of reconciliation being Respect, Relationship and Opportunities and Allambi’s threefold vision for Belonging, Hope and Positive Futures.
The four meeting circles represent the four Aboriginal tribal groups across Allambi Cares footprint on country being Awabakal, Worimi, Wonnarua and Darkinjung. People symbols engraved with totem prints within each circle reflects all Aboriginal clan groups and relates to respectful partnerships and working together towards a shared vision for the wellbeing of every person.
The artwork sits upon a backdrop of songlines connecting to country, as the flow depicts the people of the valley and plains of our region. The pathway of water rising up vertically across the canvas represents our people from fresh to saltwater and highlights country through depicting Lake Macquarie, Port Stephens, East Coast, Central Coast Lakes Way and the Hunter River.
This ongoing pathway also represents the journey of going forward - individuals, families and communities rising up into their potential through Allambi Care.
The design and creation of a culturally appropriate Aboriginal artwork celebrating the Allambi community, the Reconciliation journey and reflecting the values and spirit of the Allambi Care family. A uniquely created visual storyline though traditional symbolism in contemporary design, the Allambi Aboriginal artwork reflects Allambi Care’s commitment to empower people to reach their potential.
Through collaboration the artwork concept design will highlight the ‘Eagle’ a symbol of protection, safety, empowerment and nurturing, while also depicting families going forward and soaring as they are inspired and supported towards a hope filled future.
Engaging a widespread audience through vibrant colour palette, the artwork shares traditional Aboriginal storytelling in contemporary design showcasing Allambi’s circle of courage, valuing people and working together towards a shared vision for the wellbeing of every person.
Key Design Elements
- The Eagle – A symbol of Protection and Soaring towards a positive future
- Vision – Belonging, Hope and Positive Futures.
- Reconciliation – Relationship, Respect and Opportunities
- Circle of Courage – Belong, Mastery, Independence and Generosity
- Community – The extended family of Allambi, People and Totems
- Footprint on Country from Darkinjung, Worimi, Awabakal and Wonaruah. Including connections across the Allambi footprint on country from Fresh to Saltwater through waterways: Lake Macquarie, Port Stephens, East Coast, Central Coast Lakes Way and the Hunter River.
Scope of Work
Fine Artwork - Heavily textured, traditional symbolism in contemporary design
Fine Art: 1000 x 1000 mm
Artwork Story: Acrylic frame displaying visual story
Certification: Certificate of Authenticity
Medium: Mixed medium on canvas frame
Taking your unique fine artwork to an amazing multi-purpose digital image that shares your story and connection to community in a format that is respectful in presentation and celebrates working together is the second stage of design development.
We provide a wide range of imagery for use from the full artwork design reflecting texture and layering of fine artwork to a full suite of design elements/symbols/imagery as separate vectors files and presented in document ready usable imagery, provided in all file formats.
This will allow for high quality image use to unlimited size of full artwork and all storyline elements/symbols/imagery across broad range of mediums.
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