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Untitled (7) by Anthony J. Walker (Milbi Designs) – features a unique view of The Pass in Byron Bay. This artwork is part of Anthony J. Walker’s Cavanbah series, sharing the First Nations artist’s personal impression of the Country he has lived on for the past thirty years: Arakwal Country, Bundjalung Nation.

The artwork explores Walker’s profound connection to the environment, as a former Indigenous Park Ranger. Centered around the theme of “caring for Country”, Walker’s vibrant paintings invite viewers to consider their own relationship with the land, sea, and waterways.

By weaving traditional First Nations iconography, inspired by patterns on message sticks, with a figurative depiction of Byron Bay’s recognisable shoreline, this artwork challenges the historical narrative of landscape painting. Walker reclaims the genre from its colonial origins—when it served as a tool for mapping and invasion—and transforms it into a powerful medium for reconnecting to Country.

Original artwork.

  • Materials: Matisse Acrylic Paint on Belgian Linen.
  • Framed with a sustainably-sourced, handmade Raw Tasmanian Oak float frame.
  • Artwork is stretched, framed, and ready to hang.

Please note: this work is available for delivery from 24 July 2023.

Untitled – 7 (Framed)

Anthony Walker

AUD$2,200
Size: 64w x 84h x 6d cms
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Untitled (7) by Anthony J. Walker (Milbi Designs) – features a unique view of The Pass in Byron Bay. This artwork is part of Anthony J. Walker’s Cavanbah series, sharing the First Nations artist’s personal impression of the Country he has lived on for the past thirty years: Arakwal Country, Bundjalung Nation.

The artwork explores Walker’s profound connection to the environment, as a former Indigenous Park Ranger. Centered around the theme of “caring for Country”, Walker’s vibrant paintings invite viewers to consider their own relationship with the land, sea, and waterways.

By weaving traditional First Nations iconography, inspired by patterns on message sticks, with a figurative depiction of Byron Bay’s recognisable shoreline, this artwork challenges the historical narrative of landscape painting. Walker reclaims the genre from its colonial origins—when it served as a tool for mapping and invasion—and transforms it into a powerful medium for reconnecting to Country.

Original artwork.

  • Materials: Matisse Acrylic Paint on Belgian Linen.
  • Framed with a sustainably-sourced, handmade Raw Tasmanian Oak float frame.
  • Artwork is stretched, framed, and ready to hang.

Please note: this work is available for delivery from 24 July 2023.

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