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My Father's Country by Helena Gabori - Original Painting - 121.5 x 92cm

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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.

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Product: Original Painting
Materials: Acrylic on Belgian linen and raw oak wooden frame (1x 4.5cm).
Size: 121.5x92cm
Artist: Helena Gabori
Story: My Father's Country

“My Dad was born on the edge of Kabararrji, south of Bentinck Island. So he carries the name Kabararrjingathi, his Country – that's why he is called "Gabori”, the English corruption of the place name. There's lots of grass there called malbaa that the women used to gather to make woven grass bags called mijilda.” - Helena Gabori

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MEET THE ARTIST

Helena Gabori

Aboriginal Kayardild Woman

"I'm glad I started painting as it gives me something to do and I really enjoy coming to the Art Centre with the other artists and having jokes and fun while we paint. I'm closer to my Dad's side of the family than Mum's so I paint my father's father and mother's country a lot.”