The Einasleigh River is one of the largest river systems in North Queensland, running for approximately 618 kms. This river flows through Ewamian country and changes colour all year round depending on the rainfall. Blue represents our thermal hot springs, purple for our gem fields, red for the volcanic basalt rocks, orange for the Savannah way and yellow for the sun that shines down on our land throughout the dry season. The dots and bands represent the creeks, rocks and tributaries that flow in and out of the river systems. Gudhu Galba (Rainbow River) is made up of all of these elements winding its way through these riverbeds.
Jedess Hudson is a descendent from the Ewamian and Western Yalangi clans of Far North Queensland. As an emerging artist she creates and explores traditional stories with a contemporary perspective. Her Aboriginality is a continuous source of inspiration, as she draws deeply on this throughout her creative journey. Her heritage has taught her to analyse and appreciate the surroundings she finds herself in, especially on country. Nature, wildlife and bush tucker are all aspects that are incorporated into her artwork.
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Do Not spin soak, bleach or wring or drip dry or dry without delay from direct heat.
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Dimensions- 17cm (L) X 18cm (W) X 30cm (H)
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