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Australian Contemporary Rainforest Art by Imogen O'Neil

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Original Australian Artworks by Imogen ONeil

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Connect to a Sense of Place in the Australian Rainforest

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Contemporary Australian Rainforest Art by Imogen O'Neil

Australian Rainforest Artist. Poet. Sole Trader. Kuranda Small-Batch Hot Sauce Maker.

If ever you visit Kuranda, please come find me in my new expansive location at Shop 5/ 19 Coondoo St., entrance diagonally opposite our local IGA on Thongon St.
Here you will find unique quality apparel, home decor and prints featuring my hand-painted artworks that speak of love & respect for nature, the Australian wilderness & the value of community...
Most days you will also find me here LIVE PAINTING!
During your visit online, please enjoy exploring all the products found in my shop, along with my personal interpretations here in the Stories & Poetry section.

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Imogen is an Australian contemporary artist from Kuranda whose work celebrates Australia's rich and diverse landscapes, wildlife and culture. All her work is authentic and AI FREE!!

"The inherent beauty of this still-wild landscape, its people and its waterways have always inspired me. From Kuranda's cherished ties to its First Nations' heritage and Djabuganjdji and Buluwai culture, to the region's glittering and sacred waterholes, and striking totem wildlife, my art tells stories of the spiritual interconnectedness of people with nature and community. Of beauty, resilience, and gratitude. And especially a love and respect for all native Australian wildlife."

You can find her vivid large-scale paintings centre stage at regional events such as Cairns Regional Council's Eco Fiesta, and dressing danceflooors & workshop spaces at FNQ music Festivals such as Nyx and Rootbound; on public murals in Kuranda, and now on Australian-made and designed stretched canvases, quality apparel, and home decor. Each visually striking piece uplifts and inspires with expressive representations of native Australian wildlife and culture.