"This painting represents the connection back to mother earth and how we connect with her and how she makes us feel.
The idea for this painting came to Davinder while living in far north Queensland back in 2018. Walking along the beaches with nothing but the sand between his toes was an empowering moment and feeling the energy from the earth. It’s a feeling of comfort, warmth, and safety. Mother earth provides and protects us the way our own mothers do. Spending time away on country like beaches brings Davinder happiness and grounds him. Sitting amongst the palm trees, observing the formations of waves crashing and how the winds affect them. Listening to the birds sing in the distance and watching the insects crawl nearby. It’s a process that helps heal Davinder’s spirits and keeps him connected to his ancestors and mother earth.
In this painting, you’ll see the dotted lines that start from the middle of the page going out to the edges. The colour is to represent the different tones of the ocean and the sands. The dotted lines themselves are the formations of the waves while in motion at the beach, the painting is designed to have to illusion of waves crashing."
- Davinder Hart
The Indigenous Collection translates original artworks by First Nation artists into three-dimensional luxury rugs using the finest materials such as wool and silk.
The copyright of the original designs and stories behind each of the artworks remains the property of the individual artist.
Each artist is paid a royalty of every sale.
Size: 3M x 3M
If required, the design can be customised regarding shape, size and colour in consultation with the artist
Tappeti acknowledges the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples of this nation.
We acknowledge the Cameraygal people who are the traditional custodians of the lands on which our company is located and where we conduct our business.
We pay our respects to ancestors and Elders, past and present.
Tappeti is committed to honouring Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ unique cultural and spiritual relationships to the land, waters and seas and their rich contribution to society.