Jirrkul (Rust) by Tiarna Herczeg - Ngadiku (A long time ago) Exhibition


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Jirrkul – meaning rust is a featured original artwork in Ngadiku 

Ngadiku / A Long Time Ago is a body of work exploring the interconnectivity of flora and fauna that resides on Kuku Yalanji Country. 

Tiarna Herczeg is a proud Kuku Yalanji artist with strong connections to the Darug community. Now living and working on Gadigal lands, Herczeg continues to experiment and develop their practice, exploring the intimacy of Country. 

Title: Jirrkul (Rust)
Artist: Tiarna Herczeg
Dimensions: 50cm x 50cm x 3cm
Materials: Acrylic on birch

Please note: This artwork is part of our current exhibition 'Ngadiku' running from 4 August - 11 September 2022. The exhibition will be available to view in store from Thursday 4th August and all purchased works will be dispatched from Monday 12th September.

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