Jack Green is a celebrated Borroloola Elder and artist whose paintings on the cultural and environmental damage wrought by invasive mining in the Gulf are held in many national and international collections.
In 2015 he was recognised with the Australian Conservation Foundation’s Peter Rawlinson award for lifetime achievement in the protection of country and culture from reckless mining.
Jack has made available a limited run of high quality reproductions of his artwork Trying to Protect Our Land to raise a fighting fund for the community to obtain independent scientific research to support the case for mine closure.
Trying to Protect Our Land is a brilliantly detailed depiction of the spirited resistance that seeks to have lands damaged by mining returned to Aboriginal custodianship and responsible management.
Take home the story of Gulf clan’s resistance to reckless mining and keep the fight to protect the McArthur River strong.
Options for purchasing your copy of Trying to Protect our Land:
Reproductions are available on both archival paper and canvas in a range of sizes.
Archival paper reproductions are $300 inclusive of GST. Postage $14 within Australia. Available on 40 x 60cm +3cm border produced using full archival quality paper, printed with lifetime lasting archival pigment inks.
Canvas: Reproductions are on 430gsm cotton poly canvas supplied rolled and ready for stretching. There are three options available:
66 x 100cm +5cm wrap – $600
100 x 150cm +5cm wrap – $1300
140 x 210cm + 5cm wrap – 2 only – $2975
* International postage costs are extra and will be determined by seller.
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