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    Naidoc 2018 Her Opal Spirits scarf

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    "Because of Her, we can” – NAIDOC 2018 is a tribute to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women who have played and continue to play crucial roles in the lives of the nation. The aim of promoting this theme is to shine a light on the never-ending role that strong Indigenous women serve. The design is based on a 100% authentic, hand-painted artwork created by Geoff Selmann Aboriginal artist (Goreng Goreng nation) from Queensland.“The inspiration for this artwork acknowledges my late Aunty Wi from the Bunda tribe. She spent many years digging for opals in the earth and rocks in sites across Australia. As the rhythmic beating of the ground begins to move, the grains of ochre sand and granites everywhere including time come to a quiet halt. You just tap into your sense of listening and you can hear the land spirits create dreaming.” [sf_modal header="Geoff Selmann Aboriginal artist" link_type="text" link_text="  Learn more about Geoff →  " btn_colour="black" btn_type="rounded" btn_size="standard" btn_icon="ss-star" btn_text=""] Geoff is an artist practising in Western Sydney with traditional training from his Bunda-Bunda tribal community in Bundaberg, Queensland where he was born in 1962. Currently, he is developing his visual language and storyline narratives in acrylics. As a current President of Parramatta Arts Society, Geoff contributes to local cultural advocacy and regular exhibitions. Recently Geoff was awarded the Ngalga- Katoomba prize (2016) and at Casula the Mil-Pra AECG Kari Award (2017) and Acquisition Award 2016; 2014 Blacktown City Art-prize Aboriginal Artist award. He had 2 works gifted to the Indian PM Modi, has received a high commendation at Sculpture on The Greens 2014 in collaboration with Simon A Cook, with whom he also exhibited in Hidden Sculpturewalk Rookwood and Kooindah 2014 and Paramor Prize in 2015. Geoff is also being collected privately and having artwork published in fashion garments.

    HER OPAL SPIRITS

    "The inspiration for this artwork acknowledges my relative, an elder from the Bunda tribe within the Goreng Goreng nation, from where I was born. My Aunty Vi spent many years digging for opals in the earth and rocks in sites across Australia and in her lifetime accumulated quite a number in the precious opal collection. Her wishes made quite an impression upon me in that upon her death this lovely woman simply requested the collection to be placed on the top of the coffin. Her wish was fulfilled as she considered what comes from the ground must be returned to the ground, part of her connection to the country. Seeing the beautiful opals placed and returned with her was a special and endearing experience of respect and values. I wanted to suggest this story in the colours and textures I'm working with and share a humble appreciation of living simply – because of her, we can. As the rhythmic beating of the ground begins to move, the grains of ochre sand and granites everywhere including time come to a quiet halt. You just tap into your sense of listening and you can hear the land spirits create dreaming."
     [/sf_modal] Elevate your style with this sophisticated, lightweight and soft fabricated silk scarf. Add it to your tailored work wear around your neck or put it on your head - the styling possibilities are endless. Size: 145 x 50 cm
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    $25.00
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    Naidoc 2018 Love Of Culture scarf

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    "Because of Her, we can” – NAIDOC 2018 is a tribute to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women who have played and continue to play crucial roles in the lives of the nation. The aim of promoting this theme is to shine a light on the never-ending role that strong Indigenous women serve. The design is based on a 100% authentic, hand-painted artwork created by Glen Mackie (Kei Kalak) Torres Strait Islander artist (Iama/Yam Island).“Love Of Culture pays homage to women and represents the livelihood and sacred labour of Torres Strait Islander women, often carried out in a group. Featuring unique elements like hair comb, bridal pendant and frangipani flowers with individual meanings, but as a whole, this drawing tells an important story about Torres Strait Islander women. [sf_modal header="Glen Mackie (Kei Kalak) artist" link_type="text" link_text="  Learn more about Glenn →  " btn_colour="black" btn_type="rounded" btn_size="standard" btn_icon="ss-star" btn_text=""] The bold minar, or infill-design style in Glen Mackie (Kei Kalak)’s work incorporates family totemic designs and his own invented geometric repeating water pattern. He retells the myths and legendary stories he inherited from older family members. As one of Yam Island’s few practising artist he feels he has a responsibility to keep alive the sacred stories of the four brothers who traveled from the north before memory and settled Zenadh Kes, more commonly known as the Central and eastern Torres Strait Islands.

    LOVE OF CULTURE

    "The artwork pays homage to women and represents the livelihood and sacred labour of Torres Strait Islander women, often carried out in a group."
    •  The hair comb and Island mat represent the important bonds between the women. •  The bridal pendant is made from the shell from the Hawksbill Turtle by the groom and is the equivalent of a wedding ring. •  The garden stick and yam represent the time when women study the Tagai constellation in the sky at night to determine the best time to plant yam in time for the first rainy season. •  It is the job of the younger girls to always ensure the coconut water container is always kept full for the men to take with them when they go out in their boats to hunt for turtle and dugong. If the hunt is not successful, the women d
    Elevate your style with this sophisticated, lightweight and soft fabricated silk scarf. Add it to your tailored work wear around your neck or put it on your head - the styling possibilities are endless. Size: 145 x 50 cm
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    $25.00
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    Naidoc 2018 Motherland scarf

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    "Because of Her, we can” – NAIDOC 2018 is a tribute to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women who have played and continue to play crucial roles in the lives of the nation. The aim of promoting this theme is to shine a light on the never-ending role that strong Indigenous women serve. The design is based on a 100% authentic, hand-painted artwork created by Amanda Conway-Jones Aboriginal artist (Ngarrindjeri nation) from South Australia. “Motherland” represents the country. For our people land has a spiritual and cultural connection and is so important to our identity and way of life. With this piece, I have used a combination of ocean colours and earth colours to represent my country, the small country town near the ocean.” [sf_modal header="Amanda Conway-Jones aboriginal artist" link_type="text" link_text="  Learn more about Amanda →  " btn_colour="black" btn_type="rounded" btn_size="standard" btn_icon="ss-star" btn_text=""] Amanda is a Ngarrindjeri woman, born in Victor Harbor, South Australia in 1985. As a child, she experienced the best of both worlds living the farm life 12kms out of the coastal country town of Victor Harbor. Her father was a boat builder, so the water and the ocean have always been a big part of her life. Her painting style is contemporary Aboriginal dot art; the bright colours (from my hometown and the ocean) are represented through all my paintings.

    MOTHERLAND

    "NAIDOC 2018 is celebrating the contributions that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women have made and continue to make on our country, our communities, our families, our history and our nation. I wanted to create a piece that represents the impact Aboriginal women have made and continue to make on land rights. This piece titled “Motherland - Land Lines” represents the country. For Aboriginal people land has a spiritual and cultural connection and is so important to our identity and way of life. With this piece I have used a combination of ocean colours and earth colours to represent my country, the small country town near the ocean. My family is one of the oldest Aboriginal families here on the south coast so this land I call home has been apart of my family for a very long time, and by creating this Land Lines piece I am acknowledging the important connection my family have with this land and the impact that Aboriginal women have made on my country."
     [/sf_modal] Elevate your style with this sophisticated, lightweight and soft fabricated silk scarf. Add it to your tailored work wear around your neck or put it on your head - the styling possibilities are endless. Size: 145 x 50 cm
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    $25.00
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    Naidoc 2018 Weaving Through Time scarf

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    "Because of Her, we can” – NAIDOC 2018 is a tribute to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women who have played and continue to play crucial roles in the lives of the nation. The aim of promoting this theme is to shine a light on the never-ending role that strong Indigenous women serve. The design is based on a 100% authentic, hand-painted artwork created by Ailsa Walsh Aboriginal artist (Lardil/Kullili/Yuggera Nation) from Queensland. “Weaving Through Time” is a piece celebrating our people from the desert and near the ocean. It represents traditional weaving techniques unique to each region and depicts our mothers, aunties, grandmothers, daughters, and nieces from our vast Indigenous communities." [sf_modal header="Ailsa Walsh aboriginal artist" link_type="text" link_text="  Learn more about Ailsa →  " btn_colour="black" btn_type="rounded" btn_size="standard" btn_icon="ss-star" btn_text=""] Ailsa is an Aboriginal Australian Visual Artist residing in Brisbane, QLD. She belongs to the Lardil Nation from Mornington Island, Queensland, Australia Kullili Nation from Thargomindah, Queensland, Australia and the Yuggera Nation in Ipswich, Queensland, Australia. The artistic roots come from her Indigenous culture including storytelling, ceremonies, and personal teachings from her ancestors. For the past 25 years, Ailsa has been continuing that art form as well as going into new mediums such as acting, film making, script writing, and photography.

    WEAVING THROUGH TIME

    "Weaving Through Time” depicts people from the desert and near the ocean. It represents our mothers, aunties, grandmothers, daughters and nieces from our vast Indigenous communities. Various regions have their weaving technique, depending on the particular tree or plant the women have used. It was a tradition that the women sat down with the young ones and taught them to weave. During that time they shared dreamtime stories of the items they were making and their significance to their lives. This piece is dedicated to my grandmother Florence Dawson Davidson who was a strong elder and a stolen generation survivor." [/sf_modal]
    Elevate your style with this sophisticated, lightweight and soft fabricated silk scarf. Add it to your tailored work wear around your neck or put it on your head - the styling possibilities are endless. Size: 145 x 50 cm
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    $25.00
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    Red Poppy scarf (black)

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    25 April is the day that marks the anniversary of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps’ landings on the Gallipoli Peninsula in 1915. This year is even more significant because 2018 also marks the centenary of the end of the First World War. On this important day, millions of people in Australia and New Zealand honouring the heroes and remembering together.

    Elevate your style with this sophisticated, lightweight and soft poly-chiffon scarf. Add it to your tailored work wear around your neck or put it on your head - the styling possibilities are endless. Size: 145 x 50 cm
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    $25.00
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    Red Poppy scarf (blue)

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    25 April is the day that marks the anniversary of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps’ landings on the Gallipoli Peninsula in 1915. This year is even more significant because 2018 also marks the centenary of the end of the First World War. On this important day, millions of people in Australia and New Zealand honouring the heroes and remembering together.

    Elevate your style with this sophisticated, lightweight and soft poly-chiffon scarf. Add it to your tailored work wear around your neck or put it on your head - the styling possibilities are endless. Size: 145 x 50 cm
    [master_faq category="kim_pol+SH+RE+CU"]
    $25.00
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    Language Connection scarf

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    Elevate your style with this gorgeous scarf. Add it to your tailored work wear around your neck, put it on your head or belt it with your favourite jeans - the styling possibilities are endless. Size: 145 x 40 cm
    Based on an authentic artwork hand-painted by Jo Bayalawuy Thorne Aboriginal artist from the Galiwin’ku Community, Elcho Island (NT). “Our language is an essential component of our culture and the essence of our existence. It represents our intricate kinship systems and cultural lore.” salt water.”
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    $25.00
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    Strength Through Language scarf

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    Elevate your style with this gorgeous scarf. Add it to your tailored work wear around your neck, put it on your head or belt it with your favourite jeans - the styling possibilities are endless. Size: 145 x 40 cm
    Based on an authentic artwork hand-painted by Raymond Walters Japanangka Aboriginal artist (VIC) born in Alice Springs (NT). “The Emus are strong leaders which connects all our people, listening to languages, while nurturing sacred song lines and ceremonies across the land. They travel through country where the ancient languages breathe with mother earth, giving energy and strength to all life. ”
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    $25.00
    5 out of 5
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    Journey scarf

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    Elevate your style with this gorgeous scarf. Add it to your tailored work wear around your neck, put it on your head or belt it with your favourite jeans - the styling possibilities are endless. Size: 145 x 40 cm
    Based on an authentic artwork hand-painted by Wendy Rix Aboriginal artist from New South Wales: “Our Journey tells the Songlines story: from Dreamtime creation, Songlines have been the culture of communication via the journey, passed down to the family, through different clans, stories, stars, the sea, land, sky, rivers, lakes, people, animals, plants and sacred sites.”
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    $25.00
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    Dreamtime scarf

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    Elevate your style with this gorgeous scarf. Add it to your tailored work wear around your neck, put it on your head or belt it with your favourite jeans - the styling possibilities are endless. Size: 145 x 40 cm
    Based on an authentic artwork hand-painted by Marou Wing Aboriginal artist from Western Australia: “This is a story given to me by my father. The original painting focuses on the travels of the ancestors and the significant sites that they passed.”
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    $25.00
    5 out of 5
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    Rockpools scarf

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    Elevate your Naidoc Week celebration style with this gorgeous scarf. Add it to your tailored work wear around your neck, put it on your head or belt it with your favourite jeans - the styling possibilities are endless. Size: 145 x 40 cm
    Based on an authentic artwork hand-painted by Nathan Patterson Aboriginal artist from Victoria: “This artwork represents the coastline, It symbolises the rockpools and the strong connection of my family to the salt water.”
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    $25.00

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