The Team

Our Creative Arts Team

Dreamtime Explorers work with a range of Artists and continue to employ further Aboriginal Artists in collaboration, to promote a future of working together for one nation from many tribes.  All Aboriginal artists have different styles, concepts, and a story in their art, which reflect their Tribe and life story.   Each artist specializes in their own field and creates traditional and contemporary art.

All Art has been numbered, the Story of the meaning of its creation and details of the artist listed on it.  All Art is made in Australia by Aboriginal people, who are Descendants of Aboriginal tribes within NSW and Australia.

Please feel free to review each profile of each Artist, their experience, and their story, which all art can be purchased under the Tab- ” STORE” – Merchandise or their sites.

Our goal is to build future employment for Aboriginal Artists and to create a better future for our future generations to come….A Story, A Future, all by a Yarra( Talk).

Eddie Wiradjuri Birrang – Wiradjuri Tribe

Eddie is a well-known artist who is registered with the Aboriginal Art Association of Australia (AAAA) and was a Board Director / Public Officer and Secretary. He is also registered with the Indengious Art Code (IAC) and is the Director of the Indigenous Arts & Trade Australia (IATA).
Eddie has had his work displayed in Galleries, Parliament offices, and for many famous people, like the Late Uncle Archie Roach.  Eddie is well known for his Traditional and Contemporary art that specializes in Carving, Burning, Making Artifacts, Painting, and teaching in Australia and Overseas.

This Picture is with his Aunty, Mentor and Teacher – Aunty Rhonda Towney/ Read