Barbara Roe Hebb
Gazing in Gungurru
Medium: Tapestry Weaving – Wool, Tencel, Cotton
Dimensions: 31cm x 30cm
Using the rose as a symbol of how non-Aboriginal Australians have focused away from First Nations People and heritage (planting European roses) to now when our gaze is returning (Gungurru, the bush rose) to honour our First Nations People with openness about the past, to build future positivity.
Not For Sale
*Original hanging at Eagles Nest Gallery, Aireys Inlet.