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Wanala Yilbuga, meaning Summer Evening in Yorta Yorta Language.Wanala yibuga are warm and fill your cup up. They are a reminder of our beautiful country, the smell of the eucalyptus, the sound of the rivers flowing, or the soft sea breeze on you skin, the feel of the sand between your toes. Following and walking in our ancestors footprints. Wanala Yibuga shows us the pink sunsets that bring warmer days. This art represent love, life and beauty in all.
Madison Connors is a proud Yorta Yorta (Wolithica clan), Dja Dja Wurrung (Moomnom Gunditj Bee clan) and Gamilaroi woman. She was born and grew on her Kannygoopna (Shepparton) meaning the place in the river where big fish are caught. Madison is an artist, a human rights advocate, and a mother of two. Her business, Yarli Creative, is a coming together of her yarka (children), her yakapna (family) and her mulana (spirit).
“My identity is what drives me. It’s something that is within me and comes from the heart. My connection to my environmental surroundings is my blood line and vein to this country and the community which runs deep within. I come from a strong line of women and am following in their footsteps; I aim to embody their full form on this earth and strive to make my mob proud of the work that I create and achieve.”
- 100% recycled YARLI CREATIVE Spandex
- Handmade in Sydney
- Approximately 6" in diameter
- Wraps 2x around hair
- Elastic 6-8' inches
For more artwork by Yarli Creative, please visit www.instagram.com/yarlicreative