Land. Spirit. Culture


Art gallery

Maliga Arts & Culture Showcase 2015

EarthlyInk also embodies an art consultancy practice, and as part of this tier I recently acquired a contract with Wyong Shire Council, to assist with the coordination and curation of Maliga, an Indigenous arts and culture showcase of multidisciplinary artworks created by the shires young people from years K-12. 

Maliga, (‘shine’ in Darkinjung) is an opportunity for students to visually narrate their cultural stories from their own perspective through a diverse range of visual formats. This year 37 artworks were submitted, utilsing both traditional and contemporary processes. 

Below are images of the official invite and during installation with elder, Aunty Jenni     




With less than two weeks until my opening I have been busy completing my works, including two mixed media paintings, five illustrations and two ceramic wall sculptures. The opening will be taking place Saturday 6 September at Four Point Gallery, Hunter Street, Newcastle West, NSW, AUSTRALIA 5pm-7pm, with the amazing and highly talented, Emma Cother founder and manager of The Backyard Bus (artist in residency program), officially opening the event –

Of Places invite

It has been an eventful and hit the ground running year! Including the rebranding of my logo and arts business, EarthlyInk developed by Newcastle based graphic design company Neon Zoo, successfully acquiring my first major tender with Wyong Shire Council as their Arts Program Coordinator to finally completing and submitting an ArtsNSW grant auspice by Newcastle’s leading art organisation, Octapod –

           Works In Progress


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