Loreen paints about her feelings, social justice, mining, the thoughts she has of her heritage and the stories of her ancestors, using mainly colours of the land.
“The land owns us, we don’t own the land. We learn from the land when we acknowledge that she is our mother, and she speaks to us. She has her own culture, and she teaches us. The land provides for us, and helps us to bring life.
Our ancestors walked these same paths, living in harmony with country. The roots of our people are entwined in the spirit of the land. Their footsteps on the land tell their stories, like drawings on rock walls.”