Proud Goenpul/Yuggera Man from North Stradbroke Island/ Brisbane City.
Also hailing from the Wambia clan of the Northern Territory. Many of my talents descend from the Wambia tribes' artistic nature that runs thick through our bloodline.
As a young Indigenous man I have travelled the world expressing culture through song and dance. I now express culture through my art, my goal is to take our beautiful style of painting and help it evolve.
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‘Cultural Healing’ represents Mob coming together from vast areas. Tribal reunions to celebrate the land, animals and people. Through ceremony & song we express our love & respect for each tribe's individual country, carrying on this tradition is imperative for our younger generation, it’s their future and our responsibility, these are our traditions of Healing Country.
The legend of the serpent. Amongst Indigenous people the Rainbow Serpent is a god-like figure. A giant snake spirit that is one with mother earth. Some tribes say when the ancient serpent travels from waterhole to waterhole you can see the rainbow left in its path. She reminds us to take care of our land and the land will take care of us.
Mibbin - Sea Eagle
The Sea Eagle soaring high above Amity Point tells a thousand year old story helping visitors learn about the ancestral connections between Quandamooka people and the land.
Throughout Cape York Australia, the pre-historical Salt Water Crocodile is a thriving custodian to this land - a force to be reckoned with, feared but respected as he sits at the top of the food chain perfectly adapted. He’s been by our side since the Dreamtime.
Kangaroo & Emu
Never take a step backwards. This design holds a significant message reminding the original custodians that we are here, we are strong and we are moving forward. The kangaroo and emu are the only animals on country that can’t walk backwards.
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