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 "Bruno" was commissioned by Charter Hall for a local shopping centre   

"Bruno" was commissioned by Charter Hall for a local shopping centre

 

 Fishdog was tasked with engaging the kids at Dubbo Central School to creatively contribute to and assist with the production of the work

Fishdog was tasked with engaging the kids at Dubbo Central School to creatively contribute to and assist with the production of the work

 "Bruno" is a popular non-commercial focus at the entrance to the Macquarie Street entrance to the mall

"Bruno" is a popular non-commercial focus at the entrance to the Macquarie Street entrance to the mall

 Graphic for Country versus City football match for the NRL

Graphic for Country versus City football match for the NRL

 "Garden Rhino" for Orange City Council

"Garden Rhino" for Orange City Council

 Commissioned for the 20th anniversary of the Dubbo Chamber of Commerce and Industry 'Rhino' awards. Footnote: Fishdog Jack Randell was the owner and creative director of the company that sculpted the original iconic gold rhino head for the inaugural 'Rhino Awards'

Commissioned for the 20th anniversary of the Dubbo Chamber of Commerce and Industry 'Rhino' awards. Footnote: Fishdog Jack Randell was the owner and creative director of the company that sculpted the original iconic gold rhino head for the inaugural 'Rhino Awards'

 "Guwayuwa Ngaligin-gu Yinggirra-gu" -Wirradjuri for "Time to Smile" at the Northern Dubbo City entrance. The rhino sculptures are part of the #rhino adventures in support of rhinoceros conservation facilitated by Taronga Western Plains Zoo

"Guwayuwa Ngaligin-gu Yinggirra-gu" -Wirradjuri for "Time to Smile" at the Northern Dubbo City entrance. The rhino sculptures are part of the #rhino adventures in support of rhinoceros conservation facilitated by Taronga Western Plains Zoo

 Competition winner Jessica worked with Fishdog Jack on this rhino. The use of Wirradjuri language was in consultation with and approval by senior Aboriginal community members

Competition winner Jessica worked with Fishdog Jack on this rhino. The use of Wirradjuri language was in consultation with and approval by senior Aboriginal community members

 Murra Warri man and respected artist Allan Shillingsworth is a consulting friend and collaborator on community and education projects with Fishdog 

Murra Warri man and respected artist Allan Shillingsworth is a consulting friend and collaborator on community and education projects with Fishdog 

 Senior Wirradjuri man Mal Morris and Fishdog Jack co-created the "Carved Up" program for Orana Arts Inc. The program was designed to explore the culturally sensitive carved tree tradition, once a significant cultural practice across Wirradjuri and Kamilaroi country. With extensive consultation, and having developed methods and cultural protocols, the program was rolled out across the region. Young Aboriginal artist Dylan Goolagong used skills and knowledge developed in "Carved Up" for his work in the Casula Powerhouse curated "Wale-Gaay" exhibition during ArtLands 2016. This show is set to tour internationally.

Senior Wirradjuri man Mal Morris and Fishdog Jack co-created the "Carved Up" program for Orana Arts Inc. The program was designed to explore the culturally sensitive carved tree tradition, once a significant cultural practice across Wirradjuri and Kamilaroi country. With extensive consultation, and having developed methods and cultural protocols, the program was rolled out across the region. Young Aboriginal artist Dylan Goolagong used skills and knowledge developed in "Carved Up" for his work in the Casula Powerhouse curated "Wale-Gaay" exhibition during ArtLands 2016. This show is set to tour internationally.

 "Knockout Rhino" commissioned by the Walgett Aboriginal Rugby League Knockout committee, in consultation with the Dubbo Aboriginal community- the hosts for the 2015 Knockout carnival

"Knockout Rhino" commissioned by the Walgett Aboriginal Rugby League Knockout committee, in consultation with the Dubbo Aboriginal community- the hosts for the 2015 Knockout carnival

 The "Knockout Rhino" with designs supplied by the the 2014 reigning champions Walgett, combined with a goo-gah (goanna) motif by Allan Shillingsworth

The "Knockout Rhino" with designs supplied by the the 2014 reigning champions Walgett, combined with a goo-gah (goanna) motif by Allan Shillingsworth

 "Reg" the rhino is a design created by Belle, one of the completion winners for the Dubbo Regional Council "Gateways Project"

"Reg" the rhino is a design created by Belle, one of the completion winners for the Dubbo Regional Council "Gateways Project"

 Belle worked alongside Fishdog Jack on "Reg" (named after her grandfather). The motifs and colours represent the diversity of people of different heritage in our communities

Belle worked alongside Fishdog Jack on "Reg" (named after her grandfather). The motifs and colours represent the diversity of people of different heritage in our communities

 Will is a student at Dubbo's School of Distance Education. Will has some disadvantages preventing him from attending regular school, and he came to town to participate in this scumbled and ragged interpretation of his winning encaustic design 

Will is a student at Dubbo's School of Distance Education. Will has some disadvantages preventing him from attending regular school, and he came to town to participate in this scumbled and ragged interpretation of his winning encaustic design 

 Zoe's winning design in the "Gateway Project" is based on the un-reality of the minutes around around sunset- a significant time for Dubbo, as it has big skies and no mountains

Zoe's winning design in the "Gateway Project" is based on the un-reality of the minutes around around sunset- a significant time for Dubbo, as it has big skies and no mountains

 "Arthur" the rhino is named after the mountain depicted in this work was commissioned for the town of Wellington. The designer, 11 year old Marissa workshopped the design with Fishdog Jack and her dad Billy. Once approved by Elders, the design was painted with Fishog Jack and now sits outside of the Wellington Tourist Information Centre in Cameron Park

"Arthur" the rhino is named after the mountain depicted in this work was commissioned for the town of Wellington. The designer, 11 year old Marissa workshopped the design with Fishdog Jack and her dad Billy. Once approved by Elders, the design was painted with Fishog Jack and now sits outside of the Wellington Tourist Information Centre in Cameron Park

"Bruno" was commissioned by Charter Hall for a local shopping centre

 

Fishdog was tasked with engaging the kids at Dubbo Central School to creatively contribute to and assist with the production of the work

"Bruno" is a popular non-commercial focus at the entrance to the Macquarie Street entrance to the mall

Graphic for Country versus City football match for the NRL

"Garden Rhino" for Orange City Council

Commissioned for the 20th anniversary of the Dubbo Chamber of Commerce and Industry 'Rhino' awards. Footnote: Fishdog Jack Randell was the owner and creative director of the company that sculpted the original iconic gold rhino head for the inaugural 'Rhino Awards'

"Guwayuwa Ngaligin-gu Yinggirra-gu" -Wirradjuri for "Time to Smile" at the Northern Dubbo City entrance. The rhino sculptures are part of the #rhino adventures in support of rhinoceros conservation facilitated by Taronga Western Plains Zoo

Competition winner Jessica worked with Fishdog Jack on this rhino. The use of Wirradjuri language was in consultation with and approval by senior Aboriginal community members

Murra Warri man and respected artist Allan Shillingsworth is a consulting friend and collaborator on community and education projects with Fishdog 

Senior Wirradjuri man Mal Morris and Fishdog Jack co-created the "Carved Up" program for Orana Arts Inc. The program was designed to explore the culturally sensitive carved tree tradition, once a significant cultural practice across Wirradjuri and Kamilaroi country. With extensive consultation, and having developed methods and cultural protocols, the program was rolled out across the region. Young Aboriginal artist Dylan Goolagong used skills and knowledge developed in "Carved Up" for his work in the Casula Powerhouse curated "Wale-Gaay" exhibition during ArtLands 2016. This show is set to tour internationally.

"Knockout Rhino" commissioned by the Walgett Aboriginal Rugby League Knockout committee, in consultation with the Dubbo Aboriginal community- the hosts for the 2015 Knockout carnival

The "Knockout Rhino" with designs supplied by the the 2014 reigning champions Walgett, combined with a goo-gah (goanna) motif by Allan Shillingsworth

"Reg" the rhino is a design created by Belle, one of the completion winners for the Dubbo Regional Council "Gateways Project"

Belle worked alongside Fishdog Jack on "Reg" (named after her grandfather). The motifs and colours represent the diversity of people of different heritage in our communities

Will is a student at Dubbo's School of Distance Education. Will has some disadvantages preventing him from attending regular school, and he came to town to participate in this scumbled and ragged interpretation of his winning encaustic design 

Zoe's winning design in the "Gateway Project" is based on the un-reality of the minutes around around sunset- a significant time for Dubbo, as it has big skies and no mountains

"Arthur" the rhino is named after the mountain depicted in this work was commissioned for the town of Wellington. The designer, 11 year old Marissa workshopped the design with Fishdog Jack and her dad Billy. Once approved by Elders, the design was painted with Fishog Jack and now sits outside of the Wellington Tourist Information Centre in Cameron Park

 "Bruno" was commissioned by Charter Hall for a local shopping centre   
 Fishdog was tasked with engaging the kids at Dubbo Central School to creatively contribute to and assist with the production of the work
 "Bruno" is a popular non-commercial focus at the entrance to the Macquarie Street entrance to the mall
 Graphic for Country versus City football match for the NRL
 "Garden Rhino" for Orange City Council
 Commissioned for the 20th anniversary of the Dubbo Chamber of Commerce and Industry 'Rhino' awards. Footnote: Fishdog Jack Randell was the owner and creative director of the company that sculpted the original iconic gold rhino head for the inaugural 'Rhino Awards'
 "Guwayuwa Ngaligin-gu Yinggirra-gu" -Wirradjuri for "Time to Smile" at the Northern Dubbo City entrance. The rhino sculptures are part of the #rhino adventures in support of rhinoceros conservation facilitated by Taronga Western Plains Zoo
 Competition winner Jessica worked with Fishdog Jack on this rhino. The use of Wirradjuri language was in consultation with and approval by senior Aboriginal community members
 Murra Warri man and respected artist Allan Shillingsworth is a consulting friend and collaborator on community and education projects with Fishdog 
 Senior Wirradjuri man Mal Morris and Fishdog Jack co-created the "Carved Up" program for Orana Arts Inc. The program was designed to explore the culturally sensitive carved tree tradition, once a significant cultural practice across Wirradjuri and Kamilaroi country. With extensive consultation, and having developed methods and cultural protocols, the program was rolled out across the region. Young Aboriginal artist Dylan Goolagong used skills and knowledge developed in "Carved Up" for his work in the Casula Powerhouse curated "Wale-Gaay" exhibition during ArtLands 2016. This show is set to tour internationally.
 "Knockout Rhino" commissioned by the Walgett Aboriginal Rugby League Knockout committee, in consultation with the Dubbo Aboriginal community- the hosts for the 2015 Knockout carnival
 The "Knockout Rhino" with designs supplied by the the 2014 reigning champions Walgett, combined with a goo-gah (goanna) motif by Allan Shillingsworth
 "Reg" the rhino is a design created by Belle, one of the completion winners for the Dubbo Regional Council "Gateways Project"
 Belle worked alongside Fishdog Jack on "Reg" (named after her grandfather). The motifs and colours represent the diversity of people of different heritage in our communities
 Will is a student at Dubbo's School of Distance Education. Will has some disadvantages preventing him from attending regular school, and he came to town to participate in this scumbled and ragged interpretation of his winning encaustic design 
 Zoe's winning design in the "Gateway Project" is based on the un-reality of the minutes around around sunset- a significant time for Dubbo, as it has big skies and no mountains
 "Arthur" the rhino is named after the mountain depicted in this work was commissioned for the town of Wellington. The designer, 11 year old Marissa workshopped the design with Fishdog Jack and her dad Billy. Once approved by Elders, the design was painted with Fishog Jack and now sits outside of the Wellington Tourist Information Centre in Cameron Park