MUSEUM OF BRISBANE X DANIELLE LEEDIE GRAY

DANIELLE LEEDIE GRAY X MOE MOE COLLECTION

Danielle Leedie Gray is a graphic artist, designer and a proud first nations woman from Bidjara and Wakka Wakka Country of South West and East Queensland, Australia. 

 

Danielle creates bold, contemporary pieces that make people feel joy and connection, and her artworks are a unique expression. Her work is guided by a deep sense of empathy towards her cultural heritage and family history, and invites unity and healing through the unique combination of culture and contemporary vision.

More personally, important symbols for Danielle are the people gathering (the circle with c’s surrounding) and the travelling sign (three circles with three lines between them) because they reflect unity and moving forward. Danielle wants to invite her work into the homes and businesses of non-indigenous people, and promote understanding of the symbols, stories and meaning in Aboriginal culture so together we create a united future for all Australians.

You can find out more about Danielle and her work here: Danielle Leedie Gray

 

ABOUT THE COLLECTION

Moe Moe is very proud to be a part of the collaboration between Brisbane artist, Danielle Leedie Gray and Museum of Brisbane. This unique collection of 30 Moe Moe earrings, were created from three different pieces of Danielle's art: "Sisters", "Yumba" and "Fruit Flowers".

The complete Danielle Leedie Gray x Moe Moe Collection is available exclusively through the Museum of Brisbane Shop at Level 3, Brisbane City Hall, King George Square, Brisbane.