Catherine Manuell Design is delighted to be creating with Mim Cole.
Mim is a visual artist and Larrakia, Wardaman, Karajarri woman who was born and raised on Larrakia Country, also known as Darwin in the Northern Territory of Australia.
Mim has been creating art since she was a teenager, learning techniques through practice and observation from her mother, uncles and large artistic family. Mim is a natural, self-taught artist who experiments and applies her traditional and abstract compositions to a variety of media including painting and printmaking.
A little about the paintings ofMim Cole
Freshwater BillabongAcrylic paint on canvas, 20 x 20 inch, ©2019.
This painting represents the many Freshwater Billabongs, which are heavenly oases on this hot earth. They are full of beautiful plant life. Creating abundant ecosystems overflowing with life and spirit.
ElementsAcrylic paint on canvas, A3, ©2019.
This painting represents the wind, earth, flora and fauna, sun, water and fire as depicted by the different colours in the six sections of the painting. All combined these elements give us sustenance and life.
Family LoveAcrylic paint on canvas, 1m x 1m, ©2018.
Family Love is a symbol of my family, my world, my heart. My family are a beautiful big ball of positive energy, 7 beautiful souls, strongly connected. We feed each other with knowledge and love. We elevate each other.
Community UnityAcrylic paint on canvas, 60cm diameter round canvas, ©2018.
This painting represents family and the importance of having a good, strong, supportive community around it. United we rise.
The Aboriginal Women Artists Project combines the fashion accessory designs of Catherine Manuell with the artworks of women artists from remote communities of Australia. The artists benefit directly by an ongoing royalty from the production of every item made.
Catherine Manuell Design is an accredited member of the Indigenous Art Code.