This piece was inspired by my Yaye (big sis), Jamie. The lil wun story is about identity, dreams and community. One side is about our own dreams, what we wish to do and be in our own lives. The other side is our responsibility to our family and community. Beneath that, is our identity - who we belong to, the lands and ancestors that created us, and the layers of ourselves that make us who we are. 

Sometimes it can be a struggle to choose between our responsibilities and our own aspirations, and we often get stuck in the middle. But even with all the chaos, we are all these beautiful pieces that we must hold on to.




A3 print - Fine Art Pigment Prints


The lands you live, breathe and work on have been beautifully cared for, nurtured and protected for over 60,000 years by it's Elders, Ancestors, Aunties, Uncles and young people. Akweke Stories acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the lands in which these paintings arise from, pays deep respect to the Ancestors, Elders and the Dreamings, and extends that respect and love to your family, people and community. 

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