Gogo (Talaroo Spring)
by - Jedess Hudson
Feature: Cap - Sold Individually
- Australian Indigenous Artist Licensed Design
- Vent holes to keep you cool
- Matching design on top button
- Closure: Fully adjustable strap
- Hand Wash Only
- Swing Tag attached on Hat
- Dimensions- 19cm (L) X 17cm (W) X 8cm (H)
- Weight- 3g
Dhalaru Gogo (Talaroo Springs)
Dhalaru Gogo (Talaroo Springs) are made up of numerous hot thermal pools connected in underground channels. These springs are located at Talaroo Station on Ewamian country - my traditional homelands. These pools of boiling hot water have many medicinal properties and have been utilised throughout countless generations to cook meat, bush tucker, soothe pains and support maternal women’s business.
Jedess Hudson is a descendent from the Ewamian and Western Yalangi clans of Far North Queensland. As an emerging artist she creates and explores traditional stories with a contemporary perspective. Her Aboriginality is a continuous source of inspiration, as she draws deeply on this throughout her creative journey. Her heritage has taught her to analyse and appreciate the surroundings she finds herself in, especially on country. Nature, wildlife and bush tucker are all aspects that are incorporated into her artwork.
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