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Bundjalung Sean Delsignore "Uluru"

Product shot of Uluru - © Bundjalung Sean Delsignore

Bundjalung Sean Delsignore
"Uluru"

  • Size (W x H)
  • Medium
  • Catalogue
  • Price $AUD
  • Sale Price
  • 60 x 60 cm
  • Acrylic on Canvas
  • 31066
  • $550
  • $440

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  • Language
  • Born
  • Area
  • Date
  • Bundjalung
  • -
  • Cabbage Tree Island, NSW
  • 2023

"The Uluru painting is in dedication to the Uluru – Statement from the Heart.

It represents Aboriginal people wanting to be recognised and respected as the First Peoples of Australia. In support of the “YES” campaign and having a VOICE about our affairs we can close the gap in terms of our children’s health, education and future. The Sun represents our hopes and dreams for our children; and as the First Peoples we have survived thousands of years and continue to share and enjoy our culture and traditions".

Sean is known as ‘Bundjalung Sean’ and his family originates from the far northern NSW, Ballina and Cabbage Tree Island. He has been painting since the age of 15 years when he was first inspired to paint the Dreaming of his mother. Sean’s mother Aunty Ponnie Cook (Yvonne Del-Signore) was a highly respected Elder of the Ballina and Cabbage Tree Islander communities, she passed down to Sean many stories of the Bundjalung people, including the language and laws of their community.

Sean has painted murals for schools in Sydney and on the Far North Coast and has a Diploma of Education from the University of Sydney and has taught Aboriginal Studies and Art in NSW Schools. He has painted Aboriginal artefacts including boomerangs, digeridoos, and a bus at La Perouse for the State Transit Authority and has been involved in many projects in Northern NSW and Sydney. Sean has worked as an Aboriginal Education Assistant and Parks and Wildlife Officer in Sydney and loves the outdoors, especially fishing. Sean has daughters Sophie and Sybella and is married and living on the Gold Coast.

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Artist Bundjalung Sean Delsignore
TitleUluru
Language GroupBundjalung
AreaCabbage Tree Island, NSW
Catalogue 31066
Date2023
MediumAcrylic on Canvas
Size (W x H) 60 x 60 cm
Price $AUD $550   Sale Price $440

Unstretched - Rolled in a tube

Stretched - Ready to hang* (+$120)

*Sorry, "Ready to hang" is not available for international deliveries on this artwork.

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Description

"The Uluru painting is in dedication to the Uluru – Statement from the Heart.

It represents Aboriginal people wanting to be recognised and respected as the First Peoples of Australia. In support of the “YES” campaign and having a VOICE about our affairs we can close the gap in terms of our children’s health, education and future. The Sun represents our hopes and dreams for our children; and as the First Peoples we have survived thousands of years and continue to share and enjoy our culture and traditions".

Sean is known as ‘Bundjalung Sean’ and his family originates from the far northern NSW, Ballina and Cabbage Tree Island. He has been painting since the age of 15 years when he was first inspired to paint the Dreaming of his mother. Sean’s mother Aunty Ponnie Cook (Yvonne Del-Signore) was a highly respected Elder of the Ballina and Cabbage Tree Islander communities, she passed down to Sean many stories of the Bundjalung people, including the language and laws of their community.

Sean has painted murals for schools in Sydney and on the Far North Coast and has a Diploma of Education from the University of Sydney and has taught Aboriginal Studies and Art in NSW Schools. He has painted Aboriginal artefacts including boomerangs, digeridoos, and a bus at La Perouse for the State Transit Authority and has been involved in many projects in Northern NSW and Sydney. Sean has worked as an Aboriginal Education Assistant and Parks and Wildlife Officer in Sydney and loves the outdoors, especially fishing. Sean has daughters Sophie and Sybella and is married and living on the Gold Coast.

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