Saretta Aboriginal Art Totem Cushion Cover - Bayiibayii (Emu)
by Saretta Fielding
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Saretta Aboriginal Art Totem Cushion Cover - BayiiBayii (Emu) by Saretta Fielding
Size: 45cm x 45cm
Material: Indoor/Outdoor water-resistant UV50+ material
Design: Aboriginal design 1 side and block colour on reverse (Blue)
Close: top invisible zip close
Totem Animal Range - Aboriginal tribal and clan groups each have a totem. A totem is a natural object, plant or animal that is inherited by members of a clan or family as their emblem. Each clan family belonging to the group is responsibile for the stewardship of their totem
About the Artist
Saretta is an Aboriginal woman from the Wonaruah Nation of the Upper Hunter Valley, New South Wales and draws her artistic inspiration from traditional rock carvings from sites located throughout Mt Yengo National Park, NSW. Saretta reflects this within her artworks with an added contemporary flair which is intriguing to the viewer inviting them to savour, connect and learn more about this rich and alive culture of Aboriginal Australia. Saretta uses a method developed over 15 years using sand to recreate the rock surface including engravements of ancient Australian symbols that bring together family, life experiences and nature's beauty, evoking emotion while enhancing connection to spirit and country.
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