Working together” relates to the story of how individuals can greatly influence the outcomes within a community. Every little bit of help can result in a combined effort and life changing results. Whether your community is your town, or your family, your friends or the bigger picture, by working together is how great things happen.
“Art stories to wear and share”An artist, a nurse, a wanderer, a mum, a sister, a daughter, a friend, a christian and a proud Yuwaalaraay woman, currently living in Brisbane. A contemporary, experiential and indigenous artist. I write a little, draw a little, talk some and listen a lot. I paint a lot and am very bad at bookwork. I have crazy dogs. I don't like brushing my hair. I wear fluffy socks that don't match, and love boots. Most of my clothes are covered in paint, and my kids think I am messy. I like to think I am funny. Not that I exaggerate at all.I paint in response to music, conversations and colours. What I feel I paint, it’s what I want to say when I can’t find the right words. I paint experiences..I would love to think the audience can connect to a mood, or experience, or a feeling..rather than thinking “that will go with my lounge”.I have stories to tell, and love to hear your stories! I have just started living the dream…travelling around our beautiful country… sometimes towing a caravan and taking my dogs - doing workshops with kids/adults, painting, attending exhibitions, getting inspirations and hearing stories - I believe story telling is healing. I am dabbling in fabric design, recycled furniture, welcome commissions and collaborations.