NAIDOC Exhibition 2021 

This years NAIDOC theme is Heal Country!

As an Indigenous owned business this years theme resonates with me deeply.

In 2021, we call louder than ever for all of us to push for greater protection of the land, waters, sacred sites and cultural heritage. This is what connects us as Indigenous peoples.


For the first time since starting this business, I am proud to announce we have four vetted Indigenous artists in an Online Only Exhibition exclusive. The Exhibition, titled "Connected" is each artist's expression of what connects them and their identity, purpose and Country.

Paige Wieden

Paige is an emerging artist from Campbelltown on Tharawal land. Her Mobs are Gubbi Gubbi and Badtjala. Paige's works show her connections through family and the storytelling of her life story.

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Melle Haimona

Melle is a proud Ngunnawal Woman and mother of two, living on Wangal land. Her work shows a continual theme of reconnection and displacement as well as pride in her growing identity and feminine power. She is an emerging artist who's journey began with the birth of her eldest daughter 8 years ago and has continued with the birth of her son, bringing her home.

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Oliver-Rose Bultitude

Oliver is a proud Bunjalung and Yaegale person and is living on Durruk land. Oliver's work is strong and touches on feelings of detachment and mental health within herself and our communities. She is on her journey home.

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