Bookmark Card - Delvene Cockatoo-Collins' Migalu Yalingbilla
These bookmark cards combine a beautiful bookmark and greeting card into one! Published by Blue Island Press and a percentage of its sale is proudly supporting the Indigenous Literacy Foundation.
Card measures: 127 x 177mm and the bookmark measures: 60 x 150mm. The greeting card is blank inside for your personal message and is suitable for many different occasions.
Printed on high quality 320gsm archival art paper.
The artist -
Delvene Cockatoo-Collins lives and works on Minjerribah with her family. She acknowledges that this is the place of my mother's birth and also for her mother and her mother's mother. Her current practice includes textiles, ceramic and jewellery making through these mediums, she expresses the stories of her family's lived experiences on Minjerribah, the natural environment, and her responses to representations of images and texts of Quandamooka. She has an inherently resourceful approach to her art making, whereby she spends time with her family on Back Beach collecting materials and found objects that become and important element in her work. Delvene also draws inspiration from the stories that have been handed down to her that related to family, culture and history and the land. She translates these narratives through her own contemporary interpretations to ensure their continuation.
Note - The Quandamooka people are the Traditional Owners of Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island).