Wednesday, July 9, 2014


Going on the paucity of news, you wouldn't know that this week is NAIDOC and one of the most important in the year for Indigenous Australians. So it's only fitting we feature Indigenous artist Colin Wightman from the small mission town of Toomelah. 

On Sunday the 13th of July, to celebrate the closing of NAIDOC Week this surf board will be up for grabs for $1000 plus postage.It's ready to hang in the boardroom or ready to use, gloss coated and painted both sides, as above.

Colin says: "I paint what I see and what I was told by my Nan and other elders of the Goomeroi tribe. The color in my art depends on the location where I am and what I am feeling at the time."
Contact him on faceybook.

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