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© Artwork created by First Nations artist Tyrown Waigana, a Wardandi Noongar & Saibai Islander man Western Australia. Learn more →

The story of Creation Spirits / Replenishment:

"The artwork is bright and colourful to reflect the natural cycles of a healthy country. The figures and faces throughout the work, paired with floral patterns and connecting lines represent creation spirits coming to replenish country after it's been destroyed.

Seasonal destruction (such as back-burning or fires) is a necessary part of nature, allowing country to replenish and flourish in the following wet seasons as the rain fills the rivers and brings fish. This work celebrates the natural self-healing and replenishment of the land, and the people that live in harmony with it."

Learn more about Tyrown here →