Aboriginal painter Dino Damiani is a focused high achiever.
Also a gifted musician and writer, Dino is driven by an overwhelming passion to create and express.
Throughout his school years Dino was a star tennis player whose idol was John McEnroe. He was destined to be a National Champion, however life had other plans.
It was later in life that Dino picked up the paint brush. Since then Dino has taken great delight and found endless freedom in manifesting his beautiful and magical dreaming on canvas.
Dino will be exhibiting his work along with 50 other artists at:
ART CONNECTED – For details go to WWW.KEDEM.COM.AU
SUNDAY 26 MARCH 2017
11AM TO 5PM
KING DAVID HALL : 520 ORRONG RD, ARMADALE
My adopted ‘family totem’ is this proud Thorny Devil (Moloch Horridus). I have yearned to paint this little guy since my auntie, who lives in Alice Springs visited our family in Melbourne many years ago. I was over joyed when she opened her bag to reveal her beloved pet Thorny Devil who happily jumped onto the kitchen table to greet us with a smile.
Family of Humpback Whales visiting Port Phillip Bay on their way to Antarctica. The mother is shadowing her calf and the father follows closely behind and is about to breach.
This symbolises William Cooper’s walk to Parliament and his fight for freedom from injustice. His life’s long campaign for Aboriginal rights began in 1887. In 1940 he established a National Aborigines Day, first celebrated in 1940.
Two alpha male Gippsland Goanna’s are facing off to fight for the right to breed with the alpha female in their area.
Dragonflies patrolling their Lilly pads on a billabong in the wetlands of Gippsland.
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