Artist and founder of Matakupaat Arts, Kenita-Lee McCartney says, The future of our First Nations are brighter than ever before, with our ancestors guiding the storyline. Language is no longer sleeping, traditions are thriving, and our people are stronger with connection to country, air, sea, rivers and animals. This is our Dreaming. This is a more challenging puzzle for adults that will take between three and ten hours to create. But the results will be well worth the effort, creating something worth framing for your wall, or to dismantle and create all over again. Puzzle measurements are 19.3 x 27 inch.
Author: Kenita-Lee McCartney
Publisher: Hardie Grant Books
Binding Type: Board Games
Size: 12.90h x 9.10w x 1.90d
About the Author
Kenita-Lee McCartney is a proud Wemba Wemba, Wiradjuri, Wotjiboluk, Boon Wurrung and Neri Neri woman, and the founder of Matakupaat Arts. She was born on Wurundjeri country to her Aboriginal parents, and now lives on Wemba Wemba country raising her two pembengguk (children). Creating has always been Kenita-Lee's way to express emotions, experiences, storytelling, healing and self-care. She strives to keep alive her peoples' traditions and ensure that her pembengguk grow up strong within their identity and culture, surrounded by art, culture and community. Kenita-Lee's designs are bright and colorful with strong cultural messages, and her creations often come to her in her dreams.
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