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Mudshells On My Mother's Country by Amanda Jane Gabori - Original Painting - 40.5 cm (diameter)

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These original paintings are by artists from Mornington Island Art, an art centre based on Mornington Island in the Gulf of Carpentaria. The artists of the region have a long history of contemporary practice, and are known for their vibrant use of colour and pattern to tell their stories.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the delicate nature of these original paintings, each will be carefully packaged and shipped within 2 weeks.

Product: Original Painting
Materials: Acrylic on canvas
Size: 40.5cm (diameter)
Artist: Amanda Jane Gabori
Story: Mudshells On My Mother's Country

"Mirdidingki is my Mother's Country and it was also a traditional mud shell gathering place. My Mum's people would come together to feast on these mud mussels and spend time together." -  Amanda Jane Gabori

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MEET THE ARTIST

Amanda Jane Gabori Dibirdibi

Aboriginal Kayardild Woman

"I paint my Country on Bentinck Island and Dibirdibi which is my language name and totem given to me by my father. Dibirdibi is the small river rock cod. I like to paint the scales that cover his body.”