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photographer now based in
New York. He created the Nomad
Two Worlds art project, where
he collaborates with Indigenous
artists to create a powerful
expression of reconciliation
through art, music and film.
Nathan Mundraby, from
Queensland, is a descendant of the
Jabulum Mandingalbay clan. He is
a seventh generation descendant of
a proud Mandingalbay woman and
Tablelands Yidinji/ Djirrbal man.
The artwork This work depicts
the beauty of the brolga – a native
Australian bird – and the famous
brolga dance, when the male bird
performs in unison with his female.
In this symbolic image, they are shown
to flow as one and will remain
partners for as long as she retains a
feather from his wing and cradles his
head gently in her palm.
Medium Acrylics on canvas print 1/7
with original embellishment
Size 106 x 152
Exhibition Nomad Two
Worlds Los Angeles
February 20-27, 22 Carnarvon Street,
Broome, (08) 9193 5633, groovylips.com.
6 Monsoon Gallery
Artist Daniel Hutchings captures the
pristine Kimberley and Pilbara coasts in
a series of artworks.
The artwork Layers of oil float across
the canvas creating depth and scope in
his alluring seascapes.
Medium Oil on canvas
View by appointment, 48 Carnarvon
Street, Broome, (08) 9193 5379,
7 OBL Gallery
Title Innocence - Budjadee
The artwork This photograph
by Russell James and Nathan
Mundraby represents the rich natural
textures of the Australian landscape.
Budjadee will wait nearby on a tree or
old log, blending into the background.
Budjadee will defend its nest and has
sharp claws to fight with.
Medium Acrylics on canvas print
8 Gecko Gallery
Title Jalbarr (Bush Tomato)
Artist Bessie Malarvie lives and works at
Waringarri Aboriginal Arts centre with
her husband, Billy Duncan.
The artwork Bessie’s exquisite paintings
offer a contemporary concept of the
abundant bush foods in the area seen
beneath a fine veiled over-painting.
Gecko Gallery has a strong working
relationship with Waringarri Aboriginal
Arts and is proud to promote its artists
through exhibitions and projects.
Medium Natural pigments and binders
Exhibition New works
Until February 28, 9 Short Street,
Broome, (08) 9192 8909, geckogallery.
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