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Please be aware that actual frames may differ, as these are website visuals only.
Some art, may not have a frame.

Colin's Art is available FOR SALE
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All Colin's art are collectors pieces and the prices will reflect that.
Colin's art is available for exhibitions and showings. 

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Mujee Artwork

Ocre and acrylic.

Title: Mujee - Family and Kinship

Description: The background is a real place in the central desert. Yellow ocre comes from Uluru. Light Yellow ocre from Botany Bay. Brown ocre from the Inverell area. White from St. Helens in Tasmania. Black from Colin's fireplace.



Aboriginal Art


Title: Turtle Shell Carving
Size: 3ft high
The story on the shell is of the Dharawal people. Their totem is the whale people.



Koori Art - by Colin Isaacs - The Myall Creek artist       P6180020c.jpg

Title: Pelican

Description: Any of seven or eight species of water birds constituting the family Pelecanidae, distinguished by their large, elastic throat pouches. Pelicans inhabit lakes, rivers, and seacoasts in many parts of the world.


Title: Message Sticks  Set of 4

A message stick was a piece of bark or wood that was engraved with signs and symbols and its function could be that of a passport. It carried the mark of the sender and identified the carrier. It was colour coded with a basic message.





Birthplace of the Black Swan


Title: Birthplace of the Black Swan

Title: Emu

Description:The emu is a flightless bird of Australia and second largest living bird: the emu is more than 1.5 m (5 feet) tall and may weigh more than 45 kilograms (100 pounds). The emu is the sole living member of the family Dromaiidae (or Dromiceiidae) of the order Casuariiformes, which also includes the cassowaries.



Coastline Creation 1

Coastline Creation 2

Title:Coastline Creation  set of 2

         Sold : No longer available

Title: Jervis Bay  Set of 3

This set represent a walkabout track at Jervis Bay. It also depicts a strange wobbegong shark, known to Colin's mob as saucer eyes, as the pupils of the sharks eyes were the size of saucers!

Jervis Bay 2

Jervis Bay 1

Jervis Bay 3

Aboriginal Art - Dharawal  by The Myall Creek artist - Colin Isaacs

Title: Dharawal

Description: This piece represents Colin's ancestry and talks of the generations and the clan groups. Generations past and generations to come. This piece has also been used as the background for the home page.

Woodburnings by Koori Artist Colin Isaacs
Woodburnings, Carvings and Pyrography


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A selection of Colin's work is on display

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Phone: 67 294147
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