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  • Soulful, earthy and beautiful imagery! Would love to display some of your pieces in our German-Philippine dental studio here in Quezon City! - I call my girlfriend lovingly 'turtle' ;) Now that's a shared secret :))
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  • 1. Précis of Strengths Proficient in all aspects of Aboriginal artistry and Culture including presenting educational programmes to schools in Australia and overseas on cross cultural projects with North American Indian groups and tribal communities, preser- vation and promotion of the indigenous culture of Australia, providing opportunities for Aboriginal artists, together with all aspects of business management and seeking sponsorships. An effective operator with highly developed communication and interpersonal skills with proven ability to commu- nicate with people on all levels and from a diverse range of backgrounds. Decision making and problem solving skills combined with time management and organisational skills. Professional business approach coupled with extensive customer liaison experience. Competent member of a highly organised and motivated team. Personal profile Name : John Smith (GUMBULA) Aboriginal Tribe : Wakka Wakka / North-West Queensland, Australia Address : No fixed address, “on Walkabout” E-mail : coolmurriart69@yahoo.com Website : www.coolmurriart.com Language Skills : Aboriginal languages from North East Arnhemland region Northern Territory Aboriginal languages from Wujul Wujul, North Queensland Activities & Interests : Aboriginal art deep involvement in Aboriginal culture / didgeridoo player / Aboriginal languages/ Archeology/ Indigenous cultures of the world 17 years in the arts and culture Career Objective I seek a challenging role in which to utilise the broad skills acquired throughout my background and education. Ideally my aim is to assist building cultural bridges amongst all people to educate them about Aboriginal culture. ”Promoting Australian Aboriginal art and culture to the world global communities“.
  • 2. Large ashtray 1 128 x 128 mm © Artist : John Smith Gumbula File snake, long neck turtle and waterlilies in billabong
  • 3. Small ashtray 1 79 x 79 mm © Artist : John Smith Gumbula Long neck turtle and waterlilies in billabong
  • 4. Large ashtray 2 128 x 128 mm © Artist : John Smith Gumbula Geckos on walkabout
  • 5. Small ashtray 2 79 x 79 mm © Artist : John Smith Gumbula Gecko on gumtree
  • 6. Large ashtray 3 128 x 128 mm © Artist : John Smith Gumbula Corroborree
  • 7. Small ashtray 3 79 x 79 mm © Artist : John Smith Gumbula Didgeridoo man
  • 8. Large ashtray 4 128 x 128 mm © Artist : John Smith Gumbula Sunset and dingo tracks at Frazer island
  • 9. Small ashtray 4 79 x 79 mm © Artist : John Smith Gumbula Dingo tracks at waterhole
  • 10. Large ashtray 5 128 x 128 mm © Artist : John Smith Gumbula Sunset Aboriginal Warrior 1
  • 11. Small ashtray 5 79 x 79 mm © Artist : John Smith Gumbula Sunset Aboriginal Warrior 1
  • 12. Large ashtray 6 128 x 128 mm © Artist : John Smith Gumbula Spearfishing for barramundi
  • 13. Small ashtray 6 79 x 79 mm © Artist : John Smith Gumbula Barramundi
  • 14. Large ashtray 7 128 x 128 mm © Artist : John Smith Gumbula Dreamtime Aboriginal Warrior 2