Niah Mcleod "Moonlight on Swan Lake"
Contemporary award-winning Aboriginal artist Niah Juella Mcleod is a descendant from the Monero, Wandandian and Yuin people from South Eastern Australia.
As the daughter of artist Kathrin Sharp and Aboriginal activist, poet, healer, musician and Yuin Elder
Bobby Mcleod, Niah's works tell of stories passed down and unique to her history.
A fine dot artist, Niah began painting as a form of meditation, to relieve anxiousness.
Only first exhibiting her works in public in 2015, this meditative process is evident in her art and explores her spiritual and physical connection with place and people.
Acrylic on Linen Canvas 127cms x 127cms