Cameron’s father was born in Tennant Creek northern Territory from the Eastern Arrernte people. Cameron’s style has elements of traditional Aboriginal x-ray art and dot painting, with a modern twist, using bright and vibrant colours. Exquisite attention to fine detail and carefully considered colours make Cameron’s works clearly stand out as uniquely handcrafted original canvases. Close inspection will delight.
Cinnamon has been living off her creativity for over 20 years and her artwork can be found all over Australia and across the world. Specializing in custom designed creative metalwork, for home and garden, she has recently developed a new range of unique jewellery using themes from nature and our beautiful Surf Coast.
Artwork: “Bella Wein Cliffs”
Judged as the winner of “Best in Show - 2018 Festival of Glass”, recently held at Drysdale in the Bellarine, and is currently on show at the 101 Ryrie Arts gallery.
“The cliffs at Bella Wein have long been places of significance for its residents and visitors alike. This sculpture evokes their colours and weathered shapes to celebrate their natural, historical and contemporary role in shaping the Bella Wein.”(Glenda MacNaughton)