Artwork Title: MY MOTHERS SPIRIT
This artwork tells a story about two sisters and their children, being protected and guided through life by their mothers’ spirit and unconditional love.
Artwork Title: NAMMA'S
This artwork represents a woman, her three children, and two Namma’s (grandchildren).
This artwork design is on display in the foyer of Community Corrections Wollongong.
Artwork Title: BRIGHTER FUTURES
This artwork tells a story about community and coming together to support, empower and encourage each other while on a journey to health and healing – Brighter Futures.
The large meeting place in the middle represents Community Corrections Wollongong as the centre hub. There are multiple meeting places linking to the hub which represents pathways to communities and access to the vital services that Community Corrections Wollongong provides.
The meeting place symbols depict the connections and unique relationships that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have with the country and land, and the importance of balance between good health and respect for our traditions and culture.
Top left there are female symbols and bottom right there are male symbols which represent the strong and resilient men and women within the justice system.
Symbols representing the waterways and mountains signify the surrounding escarpment of the Illawarra, respectfully acknowledging the Dharawal people as the custodians of the land on which Correction Services Wollongong operates. The two mountains represent Mount Kembla and Mount Keira, which are known for mens and womens business.
The handprint represents people, culture, and country.
Animal tracks and footprints represent us on our journey to health and healing, keeping song, dance, and culture alive with a spiritual connection to our ancestors and The Dreaming.
It demonstrates inclusive traditional ceremonies and celebrations.
This artwork design will be used for WDVCAS's new branding.
Artwork Title: LEARN, HEAL, GROW
This artwork tells a story about the strength and resilience of women and their journey of healing through courage and growth.
The artwork has been created with a vision that as a community of strong independent women, we learn and grow from each other; and we support, empower, and encourage each other in unity.
The design shows multiple meeting places linking with each other representing pathways to communities and access to the vital services that Legal Aid NSW provides, and the support that the Women’s Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Services (WDVCAS) provides to our women in their most vulnerable times of need.
The meeting place in the top left corner represents the WDVCAS community. The meeting place in the middle represents women and culture. The meeting place at the bottom represents women, and the meeting place to the right represents women and children.
There are three birthing caves which represent the strong connections of family and the strong bond and connection between mother and child.
The handprint represents people, culture, and country. The footprints and animal tracks represent us on our journey - keeping song, dance, and culture alive with a spiritual connection to our ancestors and The Dreaming. Other symbols represent health and healing.
The artwork depicts the connections and unique relationships that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have with the country and land, and the importance of balance between good health and respect for our traditions and culture. It demonstrates inclusive traditional ceremonies and celebrations.
This artwork design will be used across Aspen Medical's marketing platforms (online and print) during relatable key periods over the course of the year (NAIDOC, Reconciliation Week etc).
Artwork Title: CONNECTED COMMUNITIES
Using blue and silver colours to incorporate Aspen Medical's company colours, the large community meeting place in the middle represents Aspen Medical as the centre hub; and leading out from the hub are pathways linking to communities, demonstrating Aspen Medical’s commitment to providing ongoing healthcare to communities.
Smaller meeting places throughout the painting represents communities across the country.
The symbol in the middle of the centre hub represents Health and Healing. The symbol above the centre hub is a head and represents Mind. The symbol below the centre hub is a body and represents Body and Soul. The symbol in the bottom right corner is a tree and represents Country. The symbol in the top right is a waterhole and represents Culture.
Footprints and animal tracks throughout the painting represent us on a journey to health and healing, keeping song and dance alive with a spiritual connection to our ancestors and The Dreaming.
This artwork design will be used for TDT's Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) and across other marketing platforms (online and print).