Australian Brumby Alliance 2020 Raffle

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With thanks to the following artists

Artwork – Yedabila Yakapna Nuratj (Animal Family Dream)

Liss (Melissa) is a proud Yorta Yorta Woman who was born in Shepparton and grew up in Mooroopna, Victoria.

Liss wins award for story writing including a story titled Bill the Brumby Liss wrote the story after taking her children to experience the Brumbies in the Barmah National Park, Victoria.

“Hey Brumby lovers! As a few of you may know I am a Yorta Yorta woman and there was talk that the Yorta wanted the horses out of the Forrest, however my family and I have spoken to a few elders and they WANT the Brumbies to remain in Barmah.

Recently, I went for a trip to Bunjilaka (Aboriginal Cultural Centre) and I came across Aboriginal work from first nation people including a gee-am or known as kerreem (spear shield) dated 1870-1920 located in Vic. On this shield was a horses in diamonds and the other one I found was a Kalti paarti (Emu Egg) dates 1990s location was menindee nsw.. 

So we as aboriginal include the horses into our dream time.  We welcome them into the land of Man.”

To contact Liss Cowan:

FB – @LissCowanArt

E – cowgirl_crazy@hotmail.com.au

Artist – Christine Evans-Manzoli @Amaroo Dreaming – proud Dharug woman – location Bathurst, NSW

Christine is a proud Dharug woman who paints stories that come to her in dreams. 

“I am a proud Aboriginal woman from the Dharug people of Sydney.

This wild Brumby is at home in the Snowy Mountains. Although they are not a native animal, all our beautiful animals deserve our love and respect, in my opinion. I feel very passionate about preservation and living in harmony with our animals and beautiful nature.

I put all my passion and feelings into this piece of art. I do hope you enjoy me telling you the story by putting my brush to canvas.”

To contact Christine Evans-Manzoli:

FB – @OurAmaroo

P – (+61) 0432 251 392

Artist – Lil Aud @Lil Aud Aboriginal Art – proud Gomeroi woman – location Tamworth, NSW

Artwork – Canoe shaped bowl with Brumby

Audrey Trindall Knox (aka Lil Aud), born in Narrabi NSW, Kamilaroi Yinnar. Lil Aud creates unique Aboriginal designs on kitchenware to suite your personality and style.

“I love the Brumby, what an amazing horse. This piece was created together with my Dad.“

To contact Lil Aud:

FB – @LilAudsAboriginalArt

Artist – Scott Moore @ Lilly Pilly Inspirations – proud Wadi-Wadi man – location Brisbane QLD

Artwork – Brumby Red and Brumby White

Scott Moore is a descendent of the Wadi-Wadu tribe, from the Yuin nation. The Yuin people originate on the south coast of NSW. Since February 2008 Scott has taken up Aboriginal art and his area of interest is native wildlife. Scott explains why he paints under the name ‘Lily Pilly Inspirations’ 

“My uncle nicknamed my one and only child ‘Lilly Pilly’ and in her honour, I sell my artwork under the name Lilly Pilly Inspirations.

My thing is that as a contemporary Aboriginal artist, I paint all sorts of Australian animals as this is my passion, and to share culture.  I personally don’t have any life experience of working with Brumbies and horses, but I do recognise they have been here for a long time and there are lots of Aboriginal men and women who have been involved with horses, especially while working on stations both now and in the past. 

We are saltwater people, our connection to the land is primarily with the sea.”

To contact Scott Moore:

FB – @LillyPillyInspirations

E – aboriginaldotart@gmail.com

P – (+61) 0411 715 527

Artist – Kerrie Hough @ Huff Creations – proud Darkinjung woman

Artist – Kerrie Hough @ Huff Creations – proud Darkinjung woman

Artwork – Oblong Cheese Board with Brumby

Kerrie is a proud Darkinjung woman who expresses her connection to art, land and nature. Kerrie can also make special and unique gifts.

“I am a proud Darkinjung Woman who enjoys being creative and telling stories through my art and feeling the connection to my culture through earth brush stroke and dot of paint.  

I’ve grown up in nature and farms and love all animals, I’m a mum of 3 and 2, bonus is our 5 children love painting with me as well!”

To contact Kerry Hough:

FB – @huffCreations

E – huffcreations@outlook.com

Artist – Kerrie Hough @ Huff Creations – proud Darkinjung woman

Artwork – Oblong Cheese Board with Brumby

Kerrie is a proud Darkinjung woman who expresses her connection to art, land and nature. Kerrie can also make special and unique gifts.

“I am a proud Darkinjung Woman who enjoys being creative and telling stories through my art and feeling the connection to my culture through earth brush stroke and dot of paint.  

I’ve grown up in nature and farms and love all animals, I’m a mum of 3 and 2, bonus is our 5 children love painting with me as well!”

To contact Kerry Hough:

FB – @huffCreations

E – huffcreations@outlook.com

Artist – Kerrie Hough @ Huff Creations – proud Darkinjung woman

Artwork – Oblong Cheese Board with Brumby

Kerrie is a proud Darkinjung woman who expresses her connection to art, land and nature. Kerrie can also make special and unique gifts.

“I am a proud Darkinjung Woman who enjoys being creative and telling stories through my art and feeling the connection to my culture through earth brush stroke and dot of paint.  

I’ve grown up in nature and farms and love all animals, I’m a mum of 3 and 2, bonus is our 5 children love painting with me as well!”

To contact Kerry Hough:

FB – @huffCreations

E – huffcreations@outlook.com

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