The artwork created by Ammie tells the story of Arranyinha’s vision. The Eucalyptus Tree signifies strength, growth, generational determination to live long and last, to bring life, to speak life, to acknowledge the before, the now and the to come.
The Water signifies the lifeline of country, connecting us, giving us life through refreshment and clarity, like blood that flows through our veins, connecting all our major organs, the water is our country’s life line.
The Eucalyptus leaves represent healing, hope, peace. As they touch the water, it provides the healing into our life line.
The gathering and eucalyptus leaves signifies our opportunity and potential to be empowered to come and be part of the healing, to speak life, to impact change.
The meeting place signifies the campfire that we can come and sit at to learn, to teach, to share, to grow.
The smaller circles that flow through the middle of the artwork represent the First Nations and many nations of people that will come together with Arranyinha for generational change, for inspirational impact, for collaboration and to continue the journey of the healing for our Nations.