George Beeron is a Girramay Traditional Owner. He is based in the Jumbun Aboriginal Community of the Murray Upper area, North-West of Cardwell, Queensland.
George is an expert ceramicist. He specialises in the design of Bigin bowls and Bagu sculptures. George is known to use an array of colors and designs throughout his work. His mix of both vivid and muted tones gives each piece a distinguishable touch.
George produces pieces that reflect his close connection to country, culture, family and contemporary living. Due to his refined artistry and vast portfolio, many of George’s larger than life artworks have been purchased and acquired for exhibition.
Artist: George Beeron Snr
Cultural Group: Girramay
Materials: Clay Ceramic non-traditional
Dimensions: 40cm x 17.4cm x 5cm
Cat # 204-14
Bagu by George Beeron Snr
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