Heal Our Nura Chiffon Shawl
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Lore Clothing Co is:
- 100% Authentic Indigenous artwork
- Ethically & sustainably sourced Indigenous art
- Supports Indigenous employment & training
This year’s NAIDOC theme “Heal Country” calls for us to all continue to seek greater protections for Indigenous lands, waters, sacred sites and cultural heritage. Join us as we come together to recognise and protect First Nations Country and culture.
Fabric: 100% Polyester - Light Chiffon
Dimensions: 112cm (W) x 80cm (H)
Washing: Cold hand wash
Story: Heal Our Nura
Artist: Mandy Draper
This painting is my interpretation of everyone coming together to stand up and support one another to heal and protect our land; our Country. The large circle represents our country as one, with our land and our sea. The footprints are our Aboriginal ancestors who walked this land before us. The symbols surrounding our country are our people, standing together to protect our country, our land, our sea, our culture, and our ancestor’s stories, our traditions, and our sacred sites. The lines behind our people represent our future, all people coming together and joining us mob to protect and heal our Country.
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This was given as a gift & was very much appreciated! The quality, style & coloring was all perfect
Fast shipping, beautiful product. It was a gift and my friend adores it. Great service all round.
I purchased this for an overseas family member as I wanted to showcase the First Nations beautiful art and story.
Colours and design reflect and enhances Artists creative interpretation and size is good for larger sizes
MEET THE ARTIST
Mandy Draper (Deadly Dot Pots)
Aboriginal Darug woman of the Cabrogal Clan
Mandy’s mission is to raise awareness about mental health, sharing how art can have the ability to positively impact people's lives. “I encourage our mob to understand the importance of mental health and to guide everyone to find something that can assist their well being…Painting is my go to, it assists me to cope with my mental health and reframe my well being.”