Women's Indigenous Print Heal the Country Scrub Top
Women's Indigenous Print Heal the Country Scrub Top
Women's Indigenous Print Heal the Country Scrub Top
Women's Indigenous Print Heal the Country Scrub Top
Women's Indigenous Print Heal the Country Scrub Top
Women's Indigenous Print Heal the Country Scrub Top

Women's Indigenous Print Heal the Country Scrub Top

ICXNAIDOCW-HTC-XS

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Please note this is the size of the garment itself - instead of measuring your body measure a top you already own and like the fit of and compare it to this chart.

SIZES XS S M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL 5XL
BUST 88 92 102 110 118 126 134 142 150
HIP 97 101 111 119 117 126 136 145 154
CB LENGTH 66 67 68 69 70 71 73 75 77

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PRE-ORDER FOR JULY DELIVERY - NAIDOC WEEK

Heal our COUNTRY. Including our sacred sites, our cultural heritage, our waters, our animals, our bush medicines, our traditional practices, our health but most importantly heal us as First Nations people, through all the pain and suffering we have endured from generation to generation. Our children and our people deserve a better future.

This printed design by indigenous artist Rhiannon Chapman showcases the themes mentioned above

  • In the centre is our people gathering.
  • The 6 circles symbolising our sacred sites of the land and the protection of them.
  • Animal tracks - kangaroo and goanna,
  • Our Salt waters and freshwater flowing
  • Our people’s hands in the corner remind us of the strength and compassion that’s in our blood. As well as the guidance of our ancestors.
  • The pink and purple circles through the painting resemble the berries and Bush medicines.
  • And the gum leaves intertwining and connecting us as one, as well as resembling the mother feeding us oxygen.

*Due to the nature of the artwork shirts will have a slightly different layout to the one pictured.

Rhiannon Chapman Bio

My names Rhiannon Chapman, I’m 22 years old and I’m from the YUIN nation, the Yuin nation covers the South Coast of NSW from the Victorian border up to La Perouse in Sydney.

My grandmother Karen Pittman was born and raised in Bega and my Grandfather Samuel “Marko” Chapman was born in Berry and raised on Wreck bay.
My grandfather’s family the Chapmans were brought up on a small Aboriginal community mission (Wreck Bay). The Chapmans were one of the first family’s on the mission back then.  But they were originally from Brewarrina which is out western NSW on Ngemba country. That is where my great grandmother Violet Gordon and great grandfather Ninky Chapman is from. 

Brewarrina is famously known for fish traps. My great grandmother Violet was always known as a proud Brewarrina Woman. My father, my great Aunty and my partner's grandmother inspires me to be the best artist I can be. When I watch them paint it mesmerises me it’s simply amazing. Also looking at other Aboriginal Artists all around Australia inspires me as well because everyone has their own unique style and what I love the most is the stories/Dreamtime stories behind the artwork. It gives me a sense of belonging and connection to cultural spirituality, mentally, emotionally and physically.

Being Aboriginal makes me PROUD! Knowing we are walking in the footpaths of our ancestors. As a strong Aboriginal woman, it makes me feel confident and powerful.

We are the oldest living culture on Earth, still living and breathing how could we not be proud of who we are and where we come from.

Whether you do art, sing, dance or whatever it may be to express your culture don’t give up. Believe in yourself, don’t let anyone or anything put you down. This is your journey so you must live it the way you want and do what you love the most.

Facebook- Aboriginal Art and Designs

Instagram- @Aboriginalartanddesigns

Fabric Composition: 93% Polyester/7% Spandex

Sizing:

Please note this is the size of the garment itself - instead of measuring your body measure a top you already own and like the fit of and compare it to this chart.

SIZES XS S M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL 5XL
BUST 88 92 102 110 118 126 134 142 150
HIP 97 101 111 119 117 126 136 145 154
CB LENGTH 66 67 68 69 70 71 73 75 77

PRE-ORDER FOR JULY DELIVERY - NAIDOC WEEK

Heal our COUNTRY. Including our sacred sites, our cultural heritage, our waters, our animals, our bush medicines, our traditional practices, our health but most importantly heal us as First Nations people, through all the pain and suffering we have endured from generation to generation. Our children and our people deserve a better future.

This printed design by indigenous artist Rhiannon Chapman showcases the themes mentioned above

  • In the centre is our people gathering.
  • The 6 circles symbolising our sacred sites of the land and the protection of them.
  • Animal tracks - kangaroo and goanna,
  • Our Salt waters and freshwater flowing
  • Our people’s hands in the corner remind us of the strength and compassion that’s in our blood. As well as the guidance of our ancestors.
  • The pink and purple circles through the painting resemble the berries and Bush medicines.
  • And the gum leaves intertwining and connecting us as one, as well as resembling the mother feeding us oxygen.

*Due to the nature of the artwork shirts will have a slightly different layout to the one pictured.

Rhiannon Chapman Bio

My names Rhiannon Chapman, I’m 22 years old and I’m from the YUIN nation, the Yuin nation covers the South Coast of NSW from the Victorian border up to La Perouse in Sydney.

My grandmother Karen Pittman was born and raised in Bega and my Grandfather Samuel “Marko” Chapman was born in Berry and raised on Wreck bay.
My grandfather’s family the Chapmans were brought up on a small Aboriginal community mission (Wreck Bay). The Chapmans were one of the first family’s on the mission back then.  But they were originally from Brewarrina which is out western NSW on Ngemba country. That is where my great grandmother Violet Gordon and great grandfather Ninky Chapman is from. 

Brewarrina is famously known for fish traps. My great grandmother Violet was always known as a proud Brewarrina Woman. My father, my great Aunty and my partner's grandmother inspires me to be the best artist I can be. When I watch them paint it mesmerises me it’s simply amazing. Also looking at other Aboriginal Artists all around Australia inspires me as well because everyone has their own unique style and what I love the most is the stories/Dreamtime stories behind the artwork. It gives me a sense of belonging and connection to cultural spirituality, mentally, emotionally and physically.

Being Aboriginal makes me PROUD! Knowing we are walking in the footpaths of our ancestors. As a strong Aboriginal woman, it makes me feel confident and powerful.

We are the oldest living culture on Earth, still living and breathing how could we not be proud of who we are and where we come from.

Whether you do art, sing, dance or whatever it may be to express your culture don’t give up. Believe in yourself, don’t let anyone or anything put you down. This is your journey so you must live it the way you want and do what you love the most.

Facebook- Aboriginal Art and Designs

Instagram- @Aboriginalartanddesigns

Fabric Composition: 93% Polyester/7% Spandex

Sizing:

Please note this is the size of the garment itself - instead of measuring your body measure a top you already own and like the fit of and compare it to this chart.

SIZES XS S M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL 5XL
BUST 88 92 102 110 118 126 134 142 150
HIP 97 101 111 119 117 126 136 145 154
CB LENGTH 66 67 68 69 70 71 73 75 77

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