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David Dunn - authentic Aboriginal Artist from Australia
[Lubosh Hanuska] - [Artist site] - [Saturday 9th, June 2007]
I am Wiradjuri, I come from the Wiradjuri Nation. My name is David Dunn; My Aboriginal name is Gaagang, which means elder brother. I come from a small town 50 miles west of Dubbo called Trangie. I use some of the traditional symbols my father and uncles showed me but I try to use my own style. I was told by an Elder from the Warburton community to paint what you feel not what you see, so I paint from the heart and from the memories of my childhood. Our family's totem is the emu and I have been told I have an extremely strong sense of Spirit and Family.
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