This artwork represents the saltwater people and their connection to the Bundjalung nation.
The saltwater is important to us as it gives us healing, our spirituality, connection to our food source and totems. I grew up hunting from the creeks of Currumbin. We would go spearing for crabs, oystering, and fishing. This is something I would do with my brothers, uncles, and cousins. We would walk through the mangroves to hunt for crabs at night, sitting along the banks of the creek fishing and knocking the oysters off the rock.
We respect and look after our water ways because of the cultural connection it has to us and what provides for us. By continuing these traditions with our children, it keeps our identity of saltwater people alive.
Paper Unframed - 320gsm Textured Cotton Rag printed using Giclee Inks.
Paper Framed - 320gsm textured cotton rag giclée ink print framed in custom made frame using sustainably sourced FSC certified Tasmanian Oak.
Canvas Stretched - 381gsm Premium Satin Canvas stretched on a premium finger-jointed pine stretcher bar.
Canvas Framed - 381gsm Premium Satin Canvas stretched on a premium finger-jointed pine stretcher bar, framed in a custom made frame using sustainably sourced FSC certified Tasmanian Oak.
Certificate of Authenticity
We will include a Certificate of Authenticity with each order (open edition prints)
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International Shipping - No international shipping as of yet.
All items are shipped via tracked freight.
Unfortunately, I do not offer refunds due to the nature of my products.