Saint Cloche is delighted to reveal proud Wiradjuri woman and self-taught artist Hannah Lange with 'Ngumbaaydyil All Are One’ Exhibition.

For First Nations people, Country is not merely a place; it is an integral part of their identity, intertwined with every aspect of their being. Hannah tells stories of nature and culture through her art and these artwork aim to emphasise the profound connection her people have with nature in every form.

In Indigenous culture, the land and humanity coexist as equals, with neither dominating the other. Instead of possessing the land, they understand that humans are simply a small part of it.

Waybarra Ngumbaaydyil Weave All Together
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Waybarra Ngumbaaydyil Weave All Together

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Hanging Bark
Hanging Bark

$9,500

Dhalbu Iron Bark Sap
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Dhalbu Iron Bark Sap

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Dhumba Spotted Red Gum
Dhumba Spotted Red Gum

$7,500

Bila Country (After the Rain)
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Bila Country (After the Rain)

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Green Bark
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Green Bark

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Valley of Ferns
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Valley of Ferns

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Deep Ocean
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Deep Ocean

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Bilinmarra Long Pieces of Bark Strips
Bilinmarra Long Pieces of Bark Strips

$9,500

Sand Patterns
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Sand Patterns

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Rockpools
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Rockpools

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Bila Country (Dry Season)
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Bila Country (Dry Season)

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Gumba Dhalawa - Green Forest Country
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Gumba Dhalawa - Green Forest Country
Gumba Dhalawa - Green Forest Country

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Spinifex in the Dunes
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Spinifex in the Dunes

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Dharran, Creeks
Dharran, Creeks

$3,700

Nanhi, Cracks in the Ground
Nanhi, Cracks in the Ground

$3,700

Waybarra Ngumbaaydyil Weave All Together
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Waybarra Ngumbaaydyil Weave All Together

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Bilinmarra Long Pieces of Bark Strips
Bilinmarra Long Pieces of Bark Strips

$9,500

Hanging Bark
Hanging Bark

$9,500

Sand Patterns
Sold
Sand Patterns

Sold

Dhalbu Iron Bark Sap
Sold
Dhalbu Iron Bark Sap

Sold

Rockpools
Sold
Rockpools

Sold

Dhumba Spotted Red Gum
Dhumba Spotted Red Gum

$7,500

Bila Country (Dry Season)
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Bila Country (Dry Season)

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Bila Country (After the Rain)
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Bila Country (After the Rain)

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Gumba Dhalawa - Green Forest Country
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Gumba Dhalawa - Green Forest Country
Gumba Dhalawa - Green Forest Country

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Green Bark
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Green Bark

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Spinifex in the Dunes
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Spinifex in the Dunes

Sold

Valley of Ferns
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Valley of Ferns

Sold

Dharran, Creeks
Dharran, Creeks

$3,700

Deep Ocean
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Deep Ocean

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Nanhi, Cracks in the Ground
Nanhi, Cracks in the Ground

$3,700

"Ngumbaaydyil, All are one" delves into the intricate patterns present in the land. I'm intrigued by the repetitive designs and meditative motifs that resonate throughout the natural world. Whether it's the gentle ripples in a stream or the elaborate textures on a tree's bark, these patterns unveil the harmony and interconnectedness of all elements. Through similarities in formations, textures, and materials, we witness the unity of creation.

Observing and learning from the land offers profound wisdom, and our exploration is never-ending. In "Ngumbaaydyil, All are one" there's a journey of discovery and connection. Through my art, I aspire to foster a deeper reverence for the profound relationship between humanity and the land, reminding us of our place within the intricate fabric of existence.”

Hannah is a proud Wiradjuri Woman. A self-taught artist telling stories of nature and culture through art. 

Hannah was born and raised in the Blue Mountains on Dharug/Darug and Gundungurra country. This land has a huge influence on her work and her works often encompass minor intricacies of the sweeping landscapes filled with native bushland, rivers and layered sandstone cliff faces, down to the tiniest details of bark patterns of the place she once called home. 

Hannah now resides on Bundjalung Country where she has infinite inspiration from the surrounding forest and coastlines. 

Hannah aims to capture the intricate parts of nature that often go unseen, drawing attention to the beauty it has to offer. Highlighting the innate deep connection of First Nations peoples to the land! Hannah’s special relationship with the land and her art practice is what keeps her connected to her culture and ancestors, and to Country. 

Ngumbaaydyil All Are One