Freedom Ride by Lee-Anne Hall, Bundjalung artist from Walgett, NSW. Lee-Anne’s art is inspired by stories and myths passed on to her childhood, by her mother Pam Brandy-Hall, Baribunma. Lee-Anne works with vivid combinations of pastels and ochres, dynamic lines and bold shapes characterise her modern designs which often employ graphic symbols from flora and fauna
Cross Cultural Projects
Bridging the economic, creative and cultural gap between Aboriginal artists & global artisans through the arts enterprise. Taking themes from their original painting, Aboriginal artists have created the design which appears on this exclusive product. Designed in Australia, reproduced in Kashmir under Australian supervision.
These striking Christmas decorations are made from recycled paper, hand painted and lacquered in Kashmir.
Paper mache Christmas balls made through Cross Cultural Programs which bridge the gap between Australian Indigenous and Global Communities through the Arts.
Ball is 7.5 cm in diameter. Comes with info on artist and Cross Cultural Programs.
2020 was definitely the time to support local businesses/artists. I found beautifully painted indigenous Christmas Balls to give as Christmas gifts. My family trade Christmas decorations from far away travel destinations and in a year without travel the brightly painted decoration made by our Australian artists were the perfect gift. I have been back online with next Christmas in mind and there are already some new additions available! Worth checking them out.
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