This series was painted as my representation of Jellurgal (aka Burleigh Headland), which is the ancestral home of the Kombumerri Clan of the Yugambeh People (one of the traditional landowners and custodians of the Gold Coast Region).
‘According to the local Kombumerri Dreaming, Jellurgal was created by Jabreen (the Creation Spirit) who formed the present day headland by stretching out after awakening (it is said that his finger can still be seen today in the form of rocky basalt outcrops at the base of the headland).’
At the southern side of the headland lies an ochre pit that was once used by the local inhabitants. During certain times of the year it is covered with tiny white flowers of the paperbark tree bloom.
Limited Edition artwork by Brad Turner digitally captured by Left Bank Art Group using our high resolution flat bed scanner, this reproduction is of such quality, it looks like the original. Each stretched Fine Art Canvas print comes in a bespoke Tasmanian Oak Float Frame, which is FSC certified and sustainably sourced.
Edition of 30.
Certificate of Authenticity hand signed and numbered by the artist.