Dja Abu (Camping Ground)
by Jedess Hudson
Feature: Plates - Sold Individually
- Australian Indigenous Artist Licensed Design
- Design: Bunabiri Australia
- Material: New Bone China
- High-quality finish
- Dishwasher/Microwave Safe
- Perfect for small biscuits, pies and cakes
- Display easel included with the plate.
- Dimensions- 18cm (L) X 18cm (W) X 3cm (H)
- Weight- 26g
Dja Abu (Camp Ground)
Throughout my Ewamian Country our ancestors camped and settled in clans across the land. Scattered far and wide our people had boundaries and common lore with neighboring clans over the land. The white dots represent the boundaries and red is the land it consumes, living with one another on Wundu (Country) they share as one.
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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