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Michael Rehardt / Kaartdijin (18777)

SKU: 18777

91cm x 146cm Acrylic on Canvas

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91cm x 146cm Acrylic on Canvas


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Artist Profile

Michael Rehardt is a Gold Coast-based Indigenous artist. He likes to work with acrylic on canvas to create large dotted aboriginal paintings that captivate you with colour, imagination and beauty.

His other great artistic love is graphite portraits. This may seem an unlikely combination, but Michaels’s acute eye for detail does both so well. Michael resigned from his corporate career in early 2021 to pursue his passion and love of the arts. His days are now spent painting his indigenous stories or recording music as a solo acoustic singer-songwriter.

Michael’s interest in dot painting was inspired by his mother, Leonie Rehardt, an indigenous artist. She taught Michael her unique style, this becoming the platform for his own style. Michael uses culturally-based techniques to create true Dreamtime stories using his experiences and familial history.

Michael was born off country in Launceston, Tasmania and has strong ties to the Palawa people. His ancestral mob is the Boonwurrung River people of the Port Phillip area within the Kulin Nation of South-East Victoria.

Artwork Description

“Kaartdijin” means Knowledge in the Noongar Aboriginal Language. This piece depicts the flow of knowledge between mobs and tribes throughout history and generations. This is how customs and learning moved through our collective culture for thousands of years. This piece also doubles as a reminder that today many Indigenous people are forging careers and livelihoods in Western-Cultured cities. When this happens, we come together and find one another in these places, sharing our history and culture and forming NEW alliances of mixed mob culture. This is how our beautiful history and culture will forever live strong. Tradition is always essential; our elders are our hearts that forever beat. But we must also hear our youth, move in the right direction, and keep showing the world what we have to offer. Peace.

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