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Gabirra is the name of the of a waterlily in Gamilaraay language. My Grandmother named me lily rose after the water lily as a child. Balabalaa is the name my mother have to my daughter. This painting shows the both of us together. Mother and child and the importance of a name given by a grandmother.

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Arkeria Rose Armstrong, a vibrant young female Gamilaraay artist, was born in a small town in South Australia called Ceduna in 1988 to Stephanie and Robert Armstrong.

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Gabirra and Balabalaa

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Why Maliyaa?

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Story

Gabirra is the name of the of a waterlily in Gamilaraay language. My Grandmother named me lily rose after the water lily as a child. Balabalaa is the name my mother have to my daughter. This painting shows the both of us together. Mother and child and the importance of a name given by a grandmother.

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Arkeria Rose Armstrong

Arkeria Rose Armstrong, a vibrant young female Gamilaraay artist, was born in a small town in South Australia called Ceduna in 1988 to Stephanie and Robert Armstrong.

See more

Story

Gabirra is the name of the of a waterlily in Gamilaraay language. My Grandmother named me lily rose after the water lily as a child. Balabalaa is the name my mother have to my daughter. This painting shows the both of us together. Mother and child and the importance of a name given by a grandmother.

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Arkeria Rose Armstrong

Arkeria Rose Armstrong, a vibrant young female Gamilaraay artist, was born in a small town in South Australia called Ceduna in 1988 to Stephanie and Robert Armstrong.

See more

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