Koyiyoong Yapung - Campsite Pathway
This vibrant artwork depicts the journeys made across our great country by Aboriginal people along traditional paths to well-known campsites and meeting places interlaced within our countries multi-landscaped tapestry.
This artwork pays tribute to our local meeting and campsite place Wollombi. Visited by the Awabakal, Wonaruah, Worimi and Darkinjung people for generations, it is located in the Hunter Valley and still visited by many today.
Vibrant coloured lines flowing across the canvas symbolise the many songlines, journey trails and pathways taken by Aboriginal people over the generations, while the campsite depicted by a meeting circle lays upon a specific path that flows upward across the canvas.
Size: 600 x 500 mm
Medium: Mixed medium on premium stretched canvas with hanging hooks and wire.
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