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Grace Brown / Bunjil the Powerful – The Creator (GB14)
80cm x 97cm Acrylic on LinenView more from artist
80cm x 97cm Acrylic on Linen
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Grace Brown was born in Victoria and is a very proud Wurundjeri woman. Woiwurrung is her language group and is shared by the other tribal territory groups and clans within the Woiwurrung territory.
Grace has been on a journey to find her heritage on her grandmother’s side and with many years and much research, she now knows where on country she belongs.
She lived in North East Victoria near Healesville for most of her life but now resides on the Gold Coast in Queensland.
With many years of experience with different mediums and subjects, she now has dedicated her life to aboriginal art and her culture to find herself and learn everything about her culture and dreamtime stories from her community and her Elders.
Grace studied an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Arts Course in 2020 – 2021 and hopes to teach her craft, culture and indigenous dreamtime stories to the next generation.
In 2021 The Gold Coast University Hospital commissioned a large painting by Grace for the boardroom at the hospital. (Permission given by Yugambeh Elders)
Many collectors around the world now hold Grace Brown paintings in their collections. Her latest painting sold to a private collector in New York USA titled “The Heart of Australia’.
Finalist in Artlovers Art Prize 2022
Finalist in Bluethumb Art Prize 2021
Shortlist Artlovers Australia 2021 Awards
Shortlist Artlovers Australia 2020 Awards
2021 Artlovers Australia
Naidoc 2021 – Heal Country, Artlovers Australia
Naidoc 2021 – Heal Country, Gold Coast University Hospital
2020 Artlovers Australia
The Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation are the Traditional Owners of the land that is now known as the City of Yarra or as we call it Naarm. The Wurundjeri peoples relationship with the land extends back tens of thousands of years to when their creator spirit ‘Bunjil’ created and living things.
This painting represents the wedge tail eagle in the sky watching over all of us. Wurundjeri people believe an ancestral Wedge-tailed Eagle called ‘Bunjil’ created the land. Bunjil originated from a falling star, and as he fell from the sky, he blew air from his beak to create the earth we live on today. He scratched in the soil with his talons, and the first trees and plants started to grow.
He is the powerful creator.
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