Chern’ee Sutton is a proud Aboriginal artist and Kalkadoon woman from the emu foot province around the Mount Isa area in North West Queensland. We’ve elected to profile Chern’ee’s artwork on our website for a number of reasons, including:

  • Giles Wade works with a number of indigenous not for profit organisations to help them operate more effectively and efficiently, and provide expert advice on best practice, regulation and governance.
  • The beauty of the piece, its bright colours and its meaning.

Chern’ee is passionate about her art and reconciliation. She wants to share her culture and history with the world through her art and bring a stronger appreciation and compassionate understanding of Aboriginal people.

Her distinctive style is engrained onto the canvases she produces merging the two worlds of traditional Aboriginal heritage with a modern contemporary twist that is visually captivating catching the eyes of collectors from around the world.

For more information about Chern’ee and her work, visit her website.