Our Artists

Our curated collection comes to life, where traditional and contemporary styles converge to tell stories of heritage, identity and the Australian flora and fauna. From intricate dot paintings to bold abstract expressions, each piece resonates with the unique perspectives and experience of its creator, showcasing the rich cultural tapestry of this remarkable land we call Australia

Jessica Skeen- Mckinnon Muralappi

Jessica Skeen- Mckinnon

Jessica’s versatile artistic style is inspired by her strong family ties and a heritage of artisans. Her main influence is her father, who is a talented craftsman himself creating various tools used in traditional hunting rituals. Jessica is a descendant of the Burri Gubba and Kuku Thaypan tribes of North Queensland.

“Muralappi” translates to “youngest of my generation.” She started painting when she was only six years old. She was and continues to be influenced by her father's passion for art and craftsmanship, and is blessed with two young children of her own whom she hopes to impart with her skills.

Schools, local councils, and Indigenous Cooperatives are amongst some of the groups she has engaged with to teach children about Aboriginal culture. She has also held workshops for the youth to learn more about her art.

Domica Hill
By Meeka

Domica Hill is a Palawa woman and Contemporary Aboriginal Artist. Originally a secondary school teacher, she found her path exploring the symbols and stories of her ancestors. Domica uses this knowledge and her artistic talent in the creation of her works. Her art is distinctive with a contemporary and vibrant style combined with some traditional elements that tell the stories of family, experiences, connections, and the surrounding country she lives in.

Nicole Dickerson
Nikki Dee Designs

Nicole Dickerson is a proud Yama(t)ji Woman from Geraldton, Western Australia with connections to the Amangu, Naaguja and Ngarluma People.

Nicole’s art has a contemporary influence and strong ties to her community. Sharing stories of times spent at special places and memories of family traditions has shaped who she is an Artist.

Bold bright colours and intricate line designs complement the contemporary dot patterns she employs, revealing the poetry in her story, her soul and her strength.

A part of your purchase is paid as royalty to Nicole.

We proudly acknowledge the original and traditional custodians of the land we call Australia.

Tanya de Bono

The essence of Tanya’s unique style is articulated by her tree bark textured pen sketches. You may find her in a corner of the local coffee shop quietly interpreting her dreams through these drawings.

Tanya hails from the Gundidtjmara tribe in the Western Victorian town of Warrnambool where she grew up.

Warrnambool is also home to an ancient volcanic crater called Tower Hill, where you will often bump into Tanya. Her tribe occupied this area even before the last eruption of the Tower Hill volcano about 34,000 years ago. Her artistic talent derives from the Gundidtjmara belief that the volcanic landscape features marks out the traces of a divine “creator.”, which is what inspires her art.

Tanya is part of the Worn Gundidj Aboriginal Cooperative where she helps support their various initiatives including school excursions to Tower Hill and educating the public on indigenous culture and cuisine.

Nathan Patterson
Diwana Dreaming

Nathan is a proud “Wagiman Man”. His mother is from Pine Creek in the Northern Territory where the Wagiman tribe are traditional land owners.

Currently a resident of Geelong, Victoria, Nathan is inspired by the Bush and its inhabitants. His artistic style is a fusion of indigenous motifs and western painting techniques, making his creations stand out. Nathan paints on various non-traditional mediums such as feathers, wood and rock. Each of his pieces is a collectors item and transcends generations.

As a well-known local artist, Nathan’s art has featured on the jerseys of the Australian Football League (AFL) teams: Geelong Cats, Collingwood Magpies, Essendon Bombers and Richmond Tigers during the AFL Indigenous rounds.

Sue Schreiber


Sue Schreiber is a German-born Australian artist and surface pattern designer with a love for Aussie flora and fauna.
She has a Bachelors in Fine Arts from RMIT Melbourne and has been constantly discovering art through her travels.

Sue's artistic talent and expertise transcends various mediums specialising in chalk pastel and watercolour pencil.

Many years ago, Sue became interested in Australian flora and fauna, passionately turning out art pieces to promote and create funding for wildlife projects. Her passion for this type of art continues until today.

Sue loves teaching art and sharing her talent and expertise with up and coming artists, always encouraging them to follow their own style and passion.