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Original Artwork by:
Aboriginal Wagiman man
Elegance wherever you go- our chiffon scarves have a lovely lightweight feel and drapes beautifully, making it the perfect accessory to your morning or evening look.
Style: Lighweight Scarf
Fabric: 100% Polyester - Light Chiffon
Dimensions: 43cm (W) x 145cm (H)
Artist: Nathan Patterson
ARTIST - Nathan Patterson
Nathan Patterson is a proud Wagiman Man who is now residing in Torquay on the south coast of Victoria. His people are from Pine Creek, near the Daly River Region in the Northern Territory, where the Wagiman clan are the traditional landowners.
Nathan’s art is a mixture of contemporary designs using traditional techniques that incorporate the Dreamtime stories of his people and of the land he was born on. He continues to tell these stories through his art. Nathan strives to push the boundaries of contemporary Aboriginal art through the use of vibrant colours and traditional design.
Recently, Nathan has branched into digital art and design. For more info on Nathan's work, or if you would like to inquire about having him create digital art/design/logos for you, please visit the links provided below.
This painting depicts women sitting together with their children. The 4 connected circles symbolise the continual strength of these mothers, grandmothers, aunties and sisters through the generations keeping family and community strong.
The 4 oval shapes represent coolamons, traditionally used by women to gather food and carry their young. They are symbolic of the love and care that women provide for their community. The ochre coloured circles symbolically represent communities all over this land, held together and strengthened by loving, caring courageous women.
Women have always played a matriarchal role in Aboriginal communities and society, always being the strongest when times are hard. Through countless generations, Aboriginal Women have held families together, raising and nurturing warriors. Because of her, We Can!