Be The Voice Fold-Up Reusable Shopping Bag
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Bold, stylish and eye-catching, our range of reusable Shopping Bags are perfect for carrying your groceries and shopping!
Durable in construction, this machine washable bag comes with shoulder straps, folding neatly into a super handy pouch to carry around or store away.
With such a huge range to choose from, our Shopping Bags make great gifts for corporate clients, friends and family.
Style: Fold-Up Shopping Bag with Carry Pouch
Dimensions: 45cm (L) x 33 (H) x 9 (W)
Pouch Size: 10 x 10cm
Artist: Charlie Chambers
Story: Be The Voice (NAIDOC 2019)
The central theme of my painting is Voice. The centre of this painting represents the land we walk on. The dots represent the wave of our voice, carrying the truth of the First Nation People across the land. The top and bottom of the painting is representing the water that this land is surrounded by and the left and right of this painting represents the bushland. The figures are representing different communities of this country, whether they’d be immigrants or First Nations People telling the truth to get a better understanding about our mob.
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Love the colours, easy to wash and comfortable to use.
MEET THE ARTIST
Charlie Chambers Jnr.
Aboriginal Jarowair man
“When I was young, I would sit with my elders and listen to these Dreamtime stories, but the stories would go in one ear and out the other. It was when I got older that I started to think about these stories and start painting them. The main reason I love painting is to keep the stories that the elders told me about the community alive.”