Our unique Artist Craig Tapp facilitates Sand Art Workshops for schools, kindergartens and groups. Whilst he guides the participants and teaches them how to create the ‘Sand Art’ to a specific design/theme, he then tells the stories of his Country, people and Culture. As a cultural facilitator eco-environmental art mentor and teacher Tappy’s art acts Read More ...
Craig Tapp (aka Tappy) is an Aboriginal arts and cultural youth mentor who supports the maintenance and promotion of culture of the clans of the Quandamooka people and region.
Tappy’s artwork includes acrylic on canvas, sand art on canvas, jewellery design carved from dugong bone and coral. As an environmental/ecological ephemeral art, Tappy creates designs in the sand using coloured sand, quampie shells, eugarie shells, quampie pearls, black coral, red, blue, green and yellow mineral sands and clay which highlights the celebration of nature and the need to reclaim damaged landscapes, restore ecosystems to establish a balanced coexistence with natural systems.
To purchase Craig’s Art Visit Salt Water Murris Quandamooka Aboriginal Art Gallery Link