Bea Nambooka Edwards is a well known local Aboriginal artist. She was taught how to paint by her grandmother and her work is about flora and fauna, nature and spirituality, and Indigenous development. Bea's work is strikingly bold, distinctive and unique. Bea is a keen community worker with a deep understanding of Aboriginal issues and is currently the Manager of Winja Ulupna Women's Recovery Centre.
This intricate work on paper isn't just a beautiful depiction of nature, Aunty Bea creates the work with a message intended. The Wren is the sign of fragile times. It is at these times we find the inner strength required to get through.
Watercolour on Paper, sized 21cm x 29cm