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The Kurrajong trees of western NSW, grow lush and green in the dry country always looking contented, roots deep in the earth sucking up precious water, storing it in the extended trunk for dryer times. I learned that the Indigenous peoples of the area ate the seeds after roasting and used the timber for shields. With this in mind, I wanted to capture the culture and country in these pieces.
These are a series of vessels inspired by the Kurrajong tree.
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