Kenita-Lee McCartney Print


Artist: Kenita-Lee McCartney 

Title: Yuka Country

Bio: Kenita- Lee McCartney is a proud  Wemba Wemba, Wiradjuri, Wotjiboluk, Nari Nari and Boon Wurrung woman living on the stolen lands of the Wemba Wemba people. She has been using creative arts to tell stories from a young age, experimenting and connecting to a paintbrush, as a way to express her emotions and experiences.

“Creating for me has always been my way to express emotions, experiences, healing and self care. As an adult I began expressing myself through various creative practices, including dance and weaving.”

Keeping traditions alive is so important to Kenita-Lee. Creating work inspired by identity, culture and community. Painting in mostly vibrant colours to express herself.

Artwork Statement: Yuka means to Paint in my Wemba Wemba language from the North West of what we now know as Victoria. Matakupaat is the traditional name for the place i live in the Wemba Wemba Nation, on the Murray River. This painting is a reflection of the experiences through letting go of all teachings, allowing yourself to express your true inner self and authenticity. 

Year Created: 2022

A4 21cm x 29.7cm
A3 29.7 cm x 42cm
A2 42cm x 59.4cm

All prints are sold unframed. Each size is limited to 50 prints.

Paper Stock: Ilford 310gsm Galerie Smooth Cotton Rag (Fine art/giclee) 100% cotton rag, Archival, very smooth finish, water resistant, high colour consistency and gamut, heavy weight. Manufactured in United Kingdom.

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A2, A3, A4