Cultural Painting with Maureen Foster

LOCATION : Gazeebo

Maureen Foster is a Carnarvon based artist with ancestral connections to Nookenbah in the Kimberly region, her grandfather’s country. Inspired by Aboriginal traditions, she uses washable poster paint to decorate objects such as abalone shells, boomerangs and keyrings. She also uses coconut husks to make necklaces. Maureen starts each workshop with a conversation, showing her methods as well as traditional techniques such ochre and dot painting. This workshop is suitable for both kids and adults.