Nickolla Clark

Gabul Jagun – Carpet Snake Country

25 June – 30 July 2022

Nickolla Clark

Garimaa Gabul Jagun  2021,

ochre on canvas, 93 x 63cm framed,

$4,000.00

Nickolla Clark

Nickolla Clark

Bugeram – Sacred Place  2022, 

acrylic on canvas, 60 x 30cm,

$1,000.00

Nickolla Clark

Binungal nunya Jagun – Listen to my Country  2019, 

acrylic on canvas, 91 x 122cm,

$4,500.00

Nickolla Clark

Nickolla Clark

Brunswick Balun – Brunswick River  2022,

linocut on Stonehenge paper,

37.5 x 73cm, Artist Proof unframed,

$500.00

Nickolla Clark

Yelgun  2022,

linocut on Stonehenge paper,

56.5 x 38cm, Artist Proof unframed,

$375.00

Nickolla Clark

Nickolla Clark

Gabul – Carpet Snake  2022,

linocut on Stonehenge paper,

62 x 47.5cm, Artist Proof unframed,

$600.00

Nickolla Clark

Nickolla Clark

Nunya Jagun – My Country  2022,

acrylic on canvas, 130 x 150cm,

SOLD

Nickolla Clark

Nickolla Clark

Gabanbaa – Rainforest  2022, 

acrylic on canvas, 43 x 33cm framed,

SOLD

Nickolla Clark

Tyagarah  2021,

acrylic on canvas (triptych), 45 x 40cm x 3,

$3,600.00

Nickolla Clark

baabuny baa – Grandmothers' place  2022,

acrylic on canvas, 80 x 100cm,

$4,000.00

Nickolla Clark

Return to Earth  2022,

ochre on canvas,  30cm diameter,

$1,000.00

Nickolla Clark

Nickolla Clark

Tallows Yugari  2021, 

acrylic on canvas, 63 x 33cm framed, 

$2,100.00

Nickolla Clark

Nickolla Clark

Burruugaa – Sea  20221,

acrylic on canvas, 64 x 33cm framed,

$2,100.00

Nickolla Clark

Yaarung – Sandhill  2022,

acrylic on canvas, 76 x 61cm,

$2,500.00

Nickolla Clark

Waybar – Fire  2020,

acrylic on canvas, 122 x 43cm,

SOLD

Nickolla Clark

Koonyum Mulli – Koonyum Hill  2020,

acrylic on canvas, 122 x 43cm,

SOLD

Nickolla Clark

Walgun – Shoulder  2022,

acrylic on canvas, 100 x 80cm

SOLD

 

Nickolla Clark

The Bay  2022,

acrylic on canvas, 130 x 150cm,

SOLD

Nickolla Clark

Nickolla Clark

Goorunbaa Midden – Pass Midden  2022,

acrylic on canvas, 45 x 40cm,

SOLD

Nickolla Clark

Nickolla Clark

Jagun – Country  2022,

acrylic on canvas, 40 x 45cm,

SOLD

Nickolla Clark

Nickolla Clark

Gabanbaa Jagun – Rainforest Country  2021,

acrylic on canvas, 40 x 45cm,

SOLD

Nickolla Clark

Nickolla Clark

Broken Head, Three Sisters  2022,

acrylic on canvas, 40 x 45cm,

SOLD

 

Nickolla Clark

Yugari – Pippi  2021, 

acrylic on canvas, 33 x 33cm framed,

SOLD

Nickolla Clark

Dalung – Ochre  2021,

ochre on canvas, 48 x 43cm,

SOLD

Nickolla Clark

Nickolla Clark

Boroogurra – Beach  2021,

acrylic on canvas, 50cm diameter,

SOLD

Nickolla Clark

Nickolla Clark

Burra Jurra – Seashore  2021,

acrylic on canvas, 30cm diameter,

SOLD

Nickolla Clark

Nickolla Clark

Belongil  2022,

acrylic on canvas, 45 x 40cm,

SOLD

Nickolla Clark

Yaanbalehla Jagun – Walking on Country  2022,

acrylic on canvas, 76 x 61cm,

SOLD

 

Nickolla Clark

Dubay baa – Womens' Place  2022,

ochre on canvas, 40 x 45cm,

SOLD

Exhibition Opening: 5.30 – 7.30pm Friday 24 June 2022 

Artist in Conversation: Nickolla Clark with Aunty Delta Kay, 2pm Saturday 2 July 2022 RSVP here

'Arakwal Jagun. My grandmother's country from the Rainforest to the sea including the rivers, sacred sites, our creator and home Ironbark at Tallow Creek. This is ‘Gabul Jagun’, Carpet Snake Country.'

This body of work showcases aspects of Arakwal country in the Byron Shire through the perspective of Nickolla Clark a local Arakwal Bundjalung artist living and working on Country.

'My practice highlights our important, instinctive, sacred connection to Country through key symbols, features and knowledge that has been passed down through many generations. This practice has brought me closer to understanding and expressing the energy, spirit, cultural lore and stories from country and culture within each painting.

The exhibition will explore my personal connection to the land and sea country with the many vibrant and subtle colours of my Country. The theme Gabul refers to my people's totem, the Carpet Snake. This is a good reflection on my heritage. Jagun is 'Country' which is fitting as all my artworks reflect the land in which we live and care for.

These pieces are a collection of my cultural expressions and I hope they evoke feelings of cultural insight and gratitude towards Country. Giving and receiving ‘Garimaa’ – Respect.'

Nickolla Clark, 2022