**Original Artwork ** Salty One X Bobbi Lockyer ‘Reinvigorate’
**Original Artwork ** Salty One X Bobbi Lockyer ‘Reinvigorate’
**Original Artwork ** Salty One X Bobbi Lockyer ‘Reinvigorate’

**Original Artwork ** Salty One X Bobbi Lockyer ‘Reinvigorate’ #1 Collaboration

Regular price $20,350.00
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An amazing collaboration with the 2021 National NAIDOC Artist of the year @bobbilockyer and the 2022 National NAIDOC Creative Talent award winner @salty_one_here

Salty One X @bobbilockyer ‘Reinvigorate'#1 Collaboration.

Size: 202.5cm x 123cm
Substrate: Hahnemuhle Daguerre 400GSM
Medium: Drone photography + Acrylic paint on canvas
Frame: Walnut stained Tassie Oak Float Frame

Price: $18,500+GST and Shipping
Please email: lowell@saltyone.com.au if you have any questions

This piece is a unique collaboration between Lowell Hunter of Salty One & artist Bobbi Lockyer.

Lowell's Description

"Reinvigorate" symbolises resistance to oppression and disconnection from culture. It encourages people to stand up and say, ‘I am here – present, proud and strong’. This artwork acknowledges our ancestors and elders who are watching with pride as we create a new way of doing things, embracing our culture and teaching our children.

This piece was created on Wadawurrung Country at Bancoora Beach in Victoria.

About Bobbi Lockyer

Bobbi Lockyer is a colour-obsessed, queer feminist pink-haired mermaid queen, spearheading change in social spaces through art. An Aboriginal artist in love with rainbows and colour who couldn’t think of anything worse than grey walls and fitting
inside the box.

She has been described as a young creative with a unique style that turns heads. Born and based on Kariyarra Country in Port Hedland, her work blends her love for her community and dream for a better world with her creative soul and her passion for her land and all the amazing colours and iconic Pilbara landscapes that inspire her daily.

She is a proud Ngarluma, Kariyarra, Nyulnyul and Yawuru woman, raising her four amazing boys by herself on the land that raised her. Bobbi feels a deep affinity for country and community and uses her art, fashion and photography as a platform to raise awareness of social justice issues, including Indigenous rights and women's rights. Bobbi believes that creativity and community go hand in hand and one would not exist without the other, so she loves being able to use her art as a force for good in the world.

Bobbi's Description

When you stand at look at the ocean you see the waves and the sand but there is a whole hidden world under the sea. My design is inspired by the beautiful corals and sea life hidden under the water that play such an important part in our eco system and in looking after our country. Looking after our Sea Country, including the reef, is important to Indigenous peoples as we interweave our culture with sustainable use of its resources.

My painting depicts a dreaming story of the coral reef forming and the uses it has

This painting took 25+hrs to paint and was painted Kariyarra country, Port Hedland,