YILANGGU NGIYA – Ceremony (30cm x 30cm)

$375.00

Tears of Remembrance

Tears of Remembrance represents the sacrifice of ANZAC soldiers who have laid down their lives during conflicts.

As the poppies are crying with tears of blood, the tears pool on the ground for all of us to remember and not forget the sacrifices that have been made.

 

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Description

Artist: Ethan-james Kotiau


Ethan-james Kotiau is a member of the Gunggarri people from central Queensland and ties to the Iningai people. Ethan grew up on Iningai country in the Longreach area surrounded by his culture. His paintings are contemporary in style but, by using traditional elements (sometimes dots, sometimes lines) he attempts to evoke the ancient, mysterious history of the land with all its stories.

Ethan’s journey into the aboriginal art world began after he visited an exhibition in a Brisbane art gallery and was immediately inspired by renowned indigenous artist Ningura Napurrula Gibson’s paintings. Delving into aboriginal art pieces such as Ningura’s, the artist says, “he was reminded of his grandmother’s stories”. His artwork encapsulates everything about Iningai country, its history, its beauty, his own personal stories, the deep underlying spirituality, and so on. Ethan builds upon four fundamental principles that guide each of his paintings. “I believe it is important that my paintings are Beautiful, Simple, Tell a Story and add to my culture. That’s my personal belief and goal when I start a painting.”

Additional information

Weight 0.1 kg
Dimensions 30 × 30 cm
Medium

Acrylic on linen

Year

2021

Canvas

Stretched

Signed

En Verso

Authenticity

Certificate provided upon purchase

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