Gunyanda of the Dyarubbin


This is the Gunyanda (big bird) of the mountains and the river systems of the Dyarubbin (the Hawkesbury River). The eggs represent new life, which we make. The eagle’s wings are expanded and wide open, as our love for one another should be, building our own mudjin (family) and passing down knowledge and culture. I’ve expressed on every feather how deep our culture flows through our hearts and souls.

100% of the artwork price goes directly to the artist.

57 × 71 cm | Acrylic on canvas | Cat. no: 0178-22

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+ $0
Stretched, ready to hang canvas
$110 incl.
This work is already stretched
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Why can’t I select unstretched canvas?
Some of our paintings are painted close to the edge of the canvas, and don’t have a border wide enough for standard stretching. These artworks will be ‘strip-lined’ with a quality cotton edging. As this is a boutique process, these paintings must be stretched by The Torch and are not available to be shipped as unstretched artworks.

Some paintings may also be unavailable unstretched because they have already been stretched for use in exhibitions.

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