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In August 2015, Redland City Council, Quandamooka Country, commissioned an illustration of a humpback whale to be etched onto metal plaques placed around the Gorge Walk, Mooloomba on Minjerribah. A total of 11 plaques have been placed along the walk where land based whale watching occurs.
Yalingbilla (whale) and Yungun (dugong) are created from various clays including porcelain.
Supplied to the North Stradbroke Island Historical Museum, National Museum of Australia Retail Store and via marketplace Made on Minjerribah (Clancestry, Homeground, Boomerang Festival).
Created during the Gold Coast Indigenous Artist Camp, April 2015
Exhibition My Story at the Gold Coast Art Centre, September-October 2015
Medium driftwood, pigment, twine and acrylic
In the collection of the QLD Museum, May 2016
Created during the Gold Coast Indigenous Artist Camp April 2015
Exhibited in My Story, Gold Coast Art Centre, September-October 2015
Medium Charcoal, Pigment and bees wax on paper
In the collection of the QLD Museum May 2016
Exhibition Connections to the Waters of Minjerribah, February 2015 at the Redlands Art Gallery.
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