Acknowledgement of Country - 287mm x 187mm
Introducing our Acknowledgement of Country wooden plaque, a stunning piece of art that pays homage to the traditional owners of the land on which we live, work and play. This beautiful wooden plaque features an original artworks created by three Aboriginal artists and is a unique way to show your respect for the traditional custodians of the land.
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- Gum Leaves by Wendy Pawley
- Women's Business by Merryn Apma
- Freshwater Totems by Louis Enoch
The artwork on this plaque is not only a visual representation of the culture and traditions of the Aboriginal people, but it also tells a story of the land and the people who have lived on it for thousands of years. Each plaque is carefully crafted using sustainable materials, ensuring that it is both environmentally friendly and long-lasting.
What sets our Acknowledgement of Country plaque apart is that we pay royalties to the Aboriginal artist whose artwork is used on each plaque. This means that every purchase of this plaque contributes to the recognition and support of Indigenous artists and their communities. It's a small way to give back and acknowledge the incredible talent and contributions of the First Nations people of Australia.
This wooden plaque is suitable for display in offices, schools, community centers, and homes. It makes a great gift for anyone who values diversity, inclusion, and respect for Indigenous cultures. By displaying this plaque, you are making a statement that you are committed to reconciliation and building strong relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Our Acknowledgement of Country wooden plaque is not just a decorative item, but it is also a symbol of recognition, respect, and support for the traditional custodians of the land. With its stunning artwork and sustainable materials, it's a great way to show your commitment to reconciliation and to honor the rich cultural heritage of Australia's Indigenous peoples.