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© Artwork created by First Nations artist Glenda McCulloch, a Kalkadoon woman from QLD Australia. Learn more →

The story of Kalkatungu:

“We paint our traditional homelands (Kalkatungu country) heavily focusing on the landscape because it is very special to us. This country is very rough and rugged, the heat has twisted and folded back on itself and the ochres have been pushed up from the depths. The peach-filled skies, together with the blues, pinks and purples, paint us the renowned Kalkadoon sunsets.

This country is where our father and our mother call home. We were raised here and it’s also where we are raising our children. We draw inspiration from these connections and vivid memories. We use traditional shapes and symbols and an unrestricted palette to create a modern interpretation of our traditional culture.”

Learn more about Glenda here →