Guganigine- Kookaburra Handpainted Pot
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Brighten up your home or garden with these gorgeous hand painted ceramic pots. Every design tells a unique story some are about the incredible wildlife and natural landscape of Australia and others are about the importance of family and culture.
Artist Mandy Draper creates Deadly Dot Pots products as a way of raising awareness about mental health and the incredible impact that art can have on everyone's well being.
Guganigine meaning Kookaburra in Darug Language. Guganigine’s stay and live together in their family groups. This painting represents the gathering of family and the colours represent the connection to their country, their land.
Product: Hand Painted Pot
Dimensions: 14cm (W) x 12.5cm (H)
Story: Guganigine (Kookaburra)
Artist: Mandy Draper
Mandy Draper - Aborginal Darug woman of the Cabrogal Clan
Mandy Draper is an Australian Aboriginal artist belonging to the Cabrogal Clan of the Liverpool area, Sydney. She is a contemporary artist that is inspired by the creatures of the land and water. Through her paintings she connects with community, educating and sharing culture. Mandy says:
“Painting is a way to reframe my wellbeing and mental health. I speak about my mental health journey to encourage mob to understand the importance of mental health and how painting can assist with their wellbeing”
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We are proud to support First Nations artists, community organisations, non-for-profits, and small Indigenous-owned retail businesses. Our diverse audience and customers gives us the ability to reach all Australians and promote cultural awareness and appreciation. Together in the last 3 years we have directed $1.8 million to Indigenous employment and training, artist compensation and promotion, model contracts and direct community funding.
We acknowledge the traditional custodians of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters, and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures; and to Elders both past and present.
Original Artwork by:
Aborginal Darug woman of the Cabrogal Clan