Makatepa Kalo meaning 'Today' in Peek Whurrong.
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This artwork represents my future. It shows the various journey lines, showing that there may not always be one thing that I do. It shows the various people that will be with me on those journeys, who will be there to support me as I go through the different phases of life. Everything I do will always contribute to the growth of another, which is something that is very special to me.
About Merindah Gunya:
My name is Bayley Mifsud and I am a proud descendent of Peek and Kirrae Whurrong clans of the Maar nation, from South-West Victoria (Warrnambool). My Aboriginal name Merindah-Gunya, means ‘Beautiful Spirit’. My name was gifted to me by my parents, and through a naming ceremony on Country, supported by my Elders and community. Practicing and sharing my culture through art and storytelling is very important to me, my family and community. It continues a practice that our community has been sharing for over two centuries now. My hope is that it will continue to be shared for many centuries to come. By purchasing my artwork, you too will become a part of the continuing story of an ancient tradition and progressing reconciliation
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