Jenny is a Kamilaroi woman and is a member of the Worimi Aboriginal Land Council. She is mother of seven children and works with disaffected Indigenous youth. Her experiances are reflected in her art as she relates stories in her own unique way.
Framed print measures 350 mm X 270 mm (35 cm x 27 cm) approx
The Baiame myth tells how Baiame came down from the sky to the land, and created rivers, mountains, and forests. He then gave the people their laws of life, traditions, songs, and culture. He also created the first initiation site. This is known as a bora: a place where boys were initiated into manhood. When he had finished, he returned to the sky, and people called him the Sky Father.
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Each framed print is printed on quality 300 GSM silk matte paper, is one of only 30 available, is individually numbered and signed by artist with certificate of authenticity
All works are subject to copyright ©2018 Koori Kolour. Genuine Aboriginal Art from the Hunter Valley region in NSW, Australia. Perfect house warming gift.
Size: 35w x 27h x 5d cms
Limited Edition only 30 produced on 300gsm premium silk matte paper
Individually numbered, certificate of authenticity & signed by artist
Framed under glass
Ready to hang
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