Quincey's Jabiru by Quincey Renkin

Quincey’s Jabiru

Quincey creates stories from his Dhuwa homeland in northeast Arnhem Land. Stories are passed on either paternally or maternally, and Quincy would have learnt these stories from his ancestors. The cross-hatching style is a traditional painting style of this area and can represent elements such as water, air and wind.

This carving is a Jabiru, one of Quincey’s totems.