Bang-Gujin Lifestyle Bag
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The classic lifestyle bag, perfect for the beach on a hot summer day, a short trip or even for your shopping. Now featuring a magnetic button.
Style: Basic shoulder bag, reinforced handles. Magnetic button.
Fabric: Polyester Drill
Dimensions: 45cm (W) x 36.5 (H)
Artist: Shara Delaney
Quandamooka (Moreton Bay) is home to many sea animals. They represent a part of my identity as a saltwater woman; we share the same home. Stingrays are also known as Bang-gujin. They swim in the shallow waters and are sometimes hidden in the sand.
They are majestic creatures and not to be feared. Respect them and they will not hurt you. Songlines are the small circles in the painting, connecting each other like the journey my family makes as they travel along the mangroves at Myora Springs and further along the shores. Bang-gujin are spotted by family as they look for mud crabs to catch.
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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.