Market Umbrella "Healing Journey"

Market Umbrella "Healing Journey"

Looking for a way to make your outdoor space more inviting and comfortable at your upcoming NAIDOC events? Look no further than our high-quality patio umbrellas printed with our unique "Healing Journey" artwork by Indigenous artist Brittany Cochrane. These umbrellas are the perfect addition to any outdoor seating area, providing shade and protection from the elements.

  • Available co-branded with your logo
  • Durable and weather-resistant materials
  • Easy to set up and take down
  • Available in a range of sizes to suit your needs
  • Custom made to order

Don't settle for a generic outdoor space. With our patio umbrellas, you can create a welcoming and comfortable environment that visitors will love during NAIDOC Week. Contact us today to enquire about getting a free quote and virtual artwork sample, and start transforming your outdoor space today.

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‌"Healing Journey" By Brittany Cochrane

Our artwork for 2023 is called Healing Journey by Brittany Cochrane.

This year’s artwork symbolises the struggles and trials that we as a nation have faced in recent years. The artwork represents the healing and rejuvenation of the land after drought, bushfires, floods and of course the Covid-19 pandemic that impacted so many Australian people.

Brittany is a proud Aboriginal woman from Biripi country located on the NSW Mid North Coast. She grew up with strong influences from local culture - not just learning about but also practising tradition. Brittany has worked on multiple art projects within the local community including re-branding for The Mid Coast council. It is our honour to have this year's artwork created by a truly vibrant and talented artist.

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