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Guiding Light NAIDOC 2024 Women’s Three Pocket Scrub Top

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Brighten up long days on your feet caring for those who need it most! Our scrubs feature First Nations artwork printed onto high tech, high quality workwear that is both practical and beautiful. 

With a comfy and flattering V-neck, tailored yet breathable fit, and 3 pockets for all your essentials, this Scrub Top has all you need to get through your working day. Made with a touch of spandex in our sturdy yet light poly-blend, you feel protected and comfortable all day long in these beautiful designs.

Features:
2 side pockets and 1 concealed interior security pocket
- Breathable, slight stretch fabric with moisture-wicking properties
- No-iron crease free design
- Side-slit hem for increased movement 

Style: Women's Scrub Top 3 Pocket
Fabric: 190GSM Poly Blend - 92%  Polyester+ 8% Spandex
Washing: Cold hand wash
Story: Guiding Light
Artist: Caitlyn Davies-Plummer

  

Guiding Light - NAIDOC 2024

 'Guiding Light' is a painting about strength, perseverance and a tribute to the strong community Caitlyn is lucky to be surrounded by. This year's NAIDOC theme of, 'Keep the Fire Burning, Blak, Loud and Proud' is represented throughout this painting. There are four campsites across this painting that each represent a community/place Caity feels or has felt immense strength and pride from. All of these places are connected through a journey line as they are all elements of Caitlyn's life that are connected to each other. Broken Hill and Adelaide are represented at the top and bottom of the canvas. She feels the strength and presence of Broken Hill every time she is with her father and is fortunate and proud to live on Kaurna country. The right campsite represents a previous school community she was a part of and pays respect to the deep connections she built and still has with many of the Aboriginal students and families there. The left campsite is representative of the community Caitlyn has yet to build and is a symbol of what she wants to create with her psychology career in the future. The little person facing Caitlyn, represents her son, Dusty. Within the centre of the painting, you can see four people represented and one star. Caitlyn wanted to pay tribute to three special mentors in her life, who have taught her to always be proud, strong and to remember that our fire was never put out. One of these people is represented through a star as they have passed away but their influence and guidance will always be felt by Caitlyn throughout her life. The river is seen throughout this painting and represents the Barka and the strength and connection Caitlyn feels to it. This painting is a reminder that after everything we have been through, the light and spark within us still shines bright. Caitlyn has been fortunate to learn and grow from leaders who show her their light and fire in everything they do. The fire within us can never put out, we are forever 'Blak, Loud and Proud.'

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Caitlyn Davies-Plummer

Barkindji Woman

Caitlyn is an up and coming contemporary artist who uses her art to connect with her Country and culture. Learn more