- Registration number
- Item name
- Indigenous name
- Karen Moran
- Associated cultural group
- Australia > Australia > Queensland > South east Queensland > Ipswich region
- Acquisition date
- April 29, 1994
- Acquisition method
- Artist-in-residence by Karen Moran
- H: 540 mm W: 800 mm L: D: Circum:
Painting, acrylic on canvas, entitled 'Creation'. From the bottom right hand corner there is a path leading towards the top left hand corner. Tracks in that path change in shape from a 3-toed frog (a Ugarapul totem) to human shape. Dominant colours are black, yellow and shades of brown, with white outline highlights. The 50.8cm x 76.2cm board has been framed with 4 pieces of dowel screwed together (2 pieces 830mm and 2 pieces 495mm). It is signed towards the bottom right hand corner in gold: 'K E V M 94.'
'CREATION. This painting depicts our creation, our coming to being and our ancestors as I know these things through the Elder's knowledge and oral history they have passed on to me. ' [Exhibition label, 1994]
Karen Moran was employed as artist-in-residence from 29/09/1993 to 29/04/1994. During this time she made 9 paintings [40245 to 40253] which were displayed in the 'Did You Know..' exhibit.