This work identifies the traditional lands of the Yuin People and their connection to salt water. The artist’s traditional lands – Wallaga Lake – on the eastern shore of Wallaga Lake are Wallaga Lake National Park, a beautiful open forest. Camel Rock, on the shoreline, is an unusual rock formation. The 8 kilometer walk up the coast to the lake will take you through wetland flora and fauna reserves. It is essentially fishing, swimming and boating location. Wallaga Lake was formed when two river valleys were flooded at the end of the Great Ice Age and a large sandbar blocked the river mouths.
My people, the Yuin people, have lived there for thousands of years and there are many ancient human relics, including a number of middens on the lakes shores. All of which are protected by law.
Acrylic on Canvas - used professional artist paint Resene.
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