Our Beautiful Country NAIDOC Ladies Blouse
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100% authentic Indigenous artwork
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Original Artwork by:
Aboriginal Goenpul Clan, Minjerribah
Redefine elegance with our NAIDOC blouse collection. A distinct take on the everyday corporate look, it will impress at work with a jacket and skirt. Lightweight with a relaxed fit and scooped hem, this blouse makes for a flattering shape. Dress it down on casual Fridays with black jeans and boots.
For the style conscious, this blouse is perfect for Autumn/Winter moods.
Style: Ladies Blouse
Fabric: 100% Polyester, 120g 75D CREPE
Washing: Cold hand wash
Story: Our Beautiful Country
Artist: Alicia Close
ARTIST - Alicia Close
Alicia Close is Goenpul clan from Minjerribah, North Stradbroke Island.
I grew up watching my Grandmother do many forms of art and craft. Listening to her stories, my families stories from my country, Quandamooka Country.
My art is inspired by my Old people.
Keeping their stories alive.
Their memory alive.
Keeping our culture strong by sharing those stories and old ways through my art so that knowledge continues to be passed down through the generations
Story: "Gnaree murumba djagan - nooboogooboo, booreen, koodgoondaboo, coobaggolabbo."
(Our beautiful country -yesterday, today, tomorrow, forever)
Artist: Alicia Close
Our people have lived on this country for thousands of years and have seen the change of the landscape and the arrival of people from many nations. We are a sharing culture. We share our customs, traditions and stories, ancient stories.
The present sea levels here today came about 7000 years ago. There are 21 known stories across different sites along the costline of Australia that retell this event, describing the changes of the landscape as the sea levels rose. One is from my home country, Quandamooka country.
It is truly amazing to live in a country and be part of a culture where stories have survived thousands of years where there was no written form of recording but only through our art, songs, dances, these stories have survived. May these stories live on for many more generations to come.
The oval shapes grouped together represent these stories and the area they came from. Also represented with the circles are some of the different groups throughout our country. Western, central desert, far north, and southern mobs. The lines connect us all. We are one people. One mob. We are still here and our culture is still strong. The central three circles represent The Creator, Biami. The central being to all things. Creator of the heavens and the earth and this beautiful country of ours that we live in.
Ladies Blouse length and full chest measurement in centimetres.
Mother Earth Ladies Blouse
Like all my Polos and other Blouse I enjoyed wearing this blouse, it felt comfortable and lovely against my skin. Material is so soft and washes up great. I just have too wash, dry and hang back up in wardrobe ready to wear again. I'm proud too wear the clothing I Buy from Bundarra. Thank you. June.
Mother Earth Blouse
This blouse is devine. The fabric, the cut, the wash and wear, all fabulous. So good in fact that I now have three of these blouses and have ear marked two more. A little small in sizing however quality is 100%.
It was a mother’s day gift for our mum; she absolutely loved it!! Beautiful!