My Mother Earth Hair Accessory Set
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- 100% Authentic Indigenous artwork
- Ethically & sustainably sourced Indigenous art
- Supports Indigenous employment & training
Naree Budjong Djara translates to My Mother Earth.
This artwork represents the special connection between land and water to Aboriginal People. We value our relationship to country, honour it through art, language, song, and dance. Passing knowledge and customs down to younger generations. When our environment is thriving and protected, our people feel the same way. When it's under threat, this impacts us mentally and spiritually. We mourn loss and destruction of sacred sites and cultural heritage. If we can focus to support Mother Earth making sustainable decisions this not only benefits our wellbeing but also future generations. The design includes lines and circles that are families and community. All joined together to keep our culture alive and strong. The "U" shapes signify people in our community. Our old people told us what foods we suitable to eat and what plants and animals were in season. These are the different aspects I created using the dots.
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Headband is very comfortable. The colours are muted and go with just about everything.
Beautiful artwork and quality
MEET THE ARTIST
Aboriginal Quandamooka woman
Shara is an Australian Aboriginal contemporary artist from Quandamooka country, inspired by stories of her Elders, the generation from One Mile. “I want to remember them [my elders] by painting, so I can leave something for my daughter one day.” Shara’s paintings are her identity as a strong saltwater woman, her connection to family, sand and sea.