Lowell created the ‘Mothers Love’ sand artwork in honour of his mother and the important role she has played in nurturing and caring for him. The artwork also represents the connectedness and loving relationship built through breastfeeding. Sharing a bond like no-other, looking into each other’s eyes knowing that you are there, together, in that moment that you will cherish forever.
This sand artwork was created on Wadawurrung Country at Point Roadknight, VIC.
Eath Jinda artwork Description:
This artwork tells the story of the instinctual, ancestral, spiritual and physically connection between mother and child. The mother nourished buwaarr in the womb and nourishes buwaarr at the breast. The Ancestors walk this journey into motherhood with her, guided always. From our sacred waterways this bond and connection is strengthened. Salt water woman nourishing buwaarr (baby) & waajarr (country).
Earth Jinda Bio:
Jame is a proud Gumbaynggirr nyami living on country along the Mid North Coast of NSW. She is a descendant of Harry and Pearl Kelly from Yellow Rock, Urunga.
Jame is a proud Miimi (mother) to four beautiful children with a love for painting from her connections and experiences as a mother, daughter and granddaughter. Deeply connected and inspired by the Matriarchs of her bloodline, she is often found painting in and from this space. Jame is passionate about exploring the connections to community, country and culture through her artwork, working from the womb and unwinding her connection from there. Jame creates through the knowledge shared with her from family, by exploring paint through visualization of feelings and dreams. Expression through art movement, texture and colour. Her representation to the spirit, aura, country and internal connections to her Ancestors.
This collaboration is limited to 50 limited edition prints for each image in the series. All float framed canvas prints will receive a Tasmanian Oak float frame also known as a tray frame, these frames allow the artwork to be inserted from the front, which means there is no glazing. Your artwork sits slightly recessed below the front of the frame. The float frame adds around 15mm to each face or 30mm overall so the final sizes 153cm x 103cm , 123cm x 83cm, 93cm x 63cm and 63cm x 43cm.
Unframed Hahnemühle Daguerre 310gsm German Etching(Cotton Rag textured photo paper) and 400gsm Canvas prints are also available for purchase. These are available in the following sizes and will be sent in a shipping tube, carefully rolled and wrapped to protect against damage.
150cm x 100cm, 120cm x 80cm, 90cm x 60cm and 60cm x 40cm.
Custom sizes are available upon request.
- GST + Shipping costs included. Shipping is free to all capital cities.
- Additional charge for regional or remote areas.