Aboriginal Peg Dolls - Blue
Created by Chloe Lee from BarkaArts with the inspiration from her old Indigenous dance days, where the girls wore black, red or other coloured dresses and the boys wore the traditional Lap Lap.
Painted up in traditional Ocher; A clay rock made into a paste and painted onto our skin and clothing to be one with the land. Torres Strait Islander Dolls are in bright and beautiful coloured dresses and traditional mens grass skirts with flowers grown on the Islands, flower bands and Men's headdress called a 'Dhari'.
About Barka Arts
Hello :) I’m Chloe, Owner of Barka Arts.
I am a Qualified Early Childhood Educator, Artist, Mum & Wife. A proud young Indigenous Woman from Barkindji & Maliangappa Mobs situated along the Darling River Western NSW. And Gamilaroi from Northern NSW.
I have a background in Aboriginal Dancing, Art & Cultural Workshops.
My professional background is in Early Childhood Education.
Working many years with young children I have found a passion for creating Indigenous Resources for children in Day Care, Kinder, Pre School, Primary School & beyond.
I love creating natural, fun & educational resources for our young ones to play with and to be culturally inclusive to Australia’s First Nations Peoples.
Thank you for supporting Aboriginal Artists like myself!