Anthony Walker, “Seven sister Turtle Increase Song Cycle”, 93x60cm

Anthony Walker, “Seven sister Turtle Increase Song Cycle”, 93x60cm

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“ Seven Sister Increase Song Cycle “ by Anthony Walker 

Anthony depicts the Seven Sister Star constellation guiding turtles to shore to 

Lay their eggs.

93cm x 60cm

Acrylic on canvas 

Anthony Walker is an award-winning visual artist of Aboriginal descent, a member of the Yiman, Gangalu and Gurreng Gurreng peoples (Central Queensland). Through his work, he engages with the natural environment and seeks to raise awareness about the preservation of native flora and fauna. Having grown up on the Sunshine Coast and currently residing in Byron Bay, Anthony draws inspiration from the marine diversity of the Southern Queensland and Northern New South Wales’ coastlines, and shares stories from his Grandparents’ Saltwater Country.

Anthony’s arts practice includes painting, printmaking, photography, design, and public art. His work has been critically acclaimed for its light-hearted design and blend of colour and movement. Notable achievements include: participating in Wesfarmers Indigenous Arts Leadership Program (National Gallery of Australia), undertaking a curatorial residency at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA – Sydney), winning the Gold Coast Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award, and having a solo exhibition at Melbourne’s Koorie Heritage Trust Centre. 

Anthony previously served as the Indigenous Arts Development Officer for Arts Northern Rivers, and the Aboriginal Arts Development Officer for Regional Arts NSW.

For full list of exhibitions, awards, and residencies: Anthony Walker CV


Anthony Walker Visuals acknowledges the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and their continuing connection to land, sea and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures, to the Elders past, present, and emerging