Aboriginal Looking Around Quilting Cotton in Blue


Thinking about our ancestors, this painting has been prepared in acknowledgement of those who have lost family ties and cultural connections. The tri-colored curving bands represent the paths travelled by people to reconnect with lost or stolen family history, while the shapes and infill colors utilized remind us of our ancestors’ country, and our own lost connections to family and culture. Greg Mathews is a descendant of the Manegin people, being a clan member of Tasmania’s north-west nation. Greg’s painting is an excellent depiction of this lost culture.

Perfect for quilting, these gorgeous and varied designs perfectly compliment one another. Feature this design in a Studio 180 Paper Lanterns Quilt!

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