Established in 2018 Yarrudhamarra Creations is an Aboriginal owned and family operated business who is passionate about Reconciliation between the broader community and our Nations First People.
Yarrudhamarra is taken from the Wiradjuri language meaning "Dream" that captures the true essence of Yarrudhamarra Creations, which underpins our mission to make dreams into reality by connecting people through Aboriginal Art and Culture.
Yarrudhamarra Creations is passionate about painting that reflects on our own personal stories and supporting each other in our unique journey of Reconciliation. Through all our creations our art has been a powerful medium for healing intergenerational trauma. Colours mean everything to us, as they lift the energy in the room and have the power to make people feel something to connect deeply with a story your trying to convey. We endeavour to uplift, inspire and bring light that holds an enduring message for Reconciliation for past, present and the future where we can meet collaborate and grow.
We are committed to providing a safe and inclusive environment to listen to, to learn from and to increase awareness and understanding. Our goal is to ignite new ways to creatively help others re-invent their life. To shine big and bright and make the world a better place. We took our creative gifts, pain and losses, our mess, our flaws, and our art and turned them into a purpose and a passion. We want to give others the same permission to Dream. Achieve. Inspire.
Yarrudhamarra Creations logo
Copyright © 2022 Yarrudhamarra Creations - All Rights Reserved.
Powered by GoDaddy Website Builder
We would like to acknowledge the Traditional Custodians across the land where they have performed age-old ceremonies of story telling, music, dance and celebrations.
We acknowledge and pay our respects to the Elders past and present, and we acknowledge those of the future, for they will hold the memories, traditions, hopes of Aboriginal Australians. We recognize and respect cultural heritage, beliefs and relationship with the land, which continue to be important to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living today.