Artwork - Painting - ''future days" by leni
From the Collection of Federation University Australia Art Collection Artworks are displayed at Federation University Australia campuses at Ballarat, Gippsland (Churchill), Stawell and Horsham. Victoria
- 92.0 x 122.0 cm
- aboriginal, aboriginal education centre collection
- leni (1960s- )
"leni is both a long story and a short life.
A Wotjobaluk woman, born in Melbourne in the sixties, adopted into a non-Aboriginal family and raised by true destiny on country in the Wimmera. leni was reunited with her mother and extended family in her late teens. Simple swift sentences with complex challenging undertones.
Thus began an ever evolving and endlessly deep cultural and personal exploration which has passionately consumed, confused, enticed and enriched her since.
leni’s creativity is inspired strongly by her cross cultural heritage, learnings and loves, failures and fears, passions and dreamings.
This artwork has its own determination and authenticity. leni’s work constantly explores concepts of the past and present.
leni has exhibited in the Koorie Heritage Trust, The Convent Gallery, Kirret Barreet Gallery, Gallery on Sturt, Tussock Gallery and others. Her work has been commissioned by various organisations, public and private collectors.
- Helen Morris (Maker)
- 3 Apr 2020 at 7:15PM