Accession numberCSRIA2021.External 2Artist/makerDylan FinneyDonella WatersPrimary makerDylan FinneyDonella WatersTitleSea Eagle over DarkinungProduction date2021Materialsacrylic paintNo of parts1Measurement1750 x 3700 cmCollectionCCCSRI CollectionIndigenousIndigenous AustralianCredit lineThe University of Newcastle and Central Coast Local Area Health Art CollectionImage caption acknowledgementsCourtesy of the artist
Dylan Finney and Aunty Donella Waters
Sea Eagle over Darkinung 2021
Collaborative artwork digital illustration
Hand painted mural by Bronte Tayllor and team (Inari, Ellie Hannon, Lochie)
1750 x 3700 cm
The University of Newcastle and Central Coast Local Area Health Art Collection
Dylan Finney is a designer and artist living on Darkinjung Country. His family is from Arnhem Land, coming originally from Ngukurr. His work explores identity, past and present cultures and how their stories and lessons interact with modern life.
Donella Waters is a proud descendant of the Kamilaroi Nation. Her grandparents and their mob come from the old Eueabra camp site in North Western NSW, long before the Government relocated them to Boggabilla Aborigines Mission, later renamed Toomelah Mission. She has fond memories of growing up on the mission, and is forever grateful to her Elders past and present, who taught her how to love, respect, share, and to stay strong in our culture.
Place of productionCentral Coast, NSWRelated documentsDylan Finney Documents