Two talented local sisters have a combined exhibition now on show in Mount Isa.
Called "Two Kalkadoon Sisters" the exhibition brings together the work of Chern'ee and Brooke Sutton and is hanging at the Mount Isa Gallery in the Outback at Isa.
Chern'ee Sutton is well known internationally for her work with work on display at Buckingham Palace and the Commonwealth Athletes Village for having designed the NRL Indigenous All Stars Jersey.
Now Brooke Sutton is following in her sister's footsteps as a talented artist in her own right.
The exhibition features 27 of Chern'ee's pieces, and 12 of Brooke's, and will be at the gallery until January 15, 2020. Most of the sisters' pieces on display at the exhibition will be available for purchase.
Chern'ee said as well doing the art she and Brooke donated their time and resources to conduct a youth the workshop to help inspire the next generation.
"We also finished off a community painting which included handprints from community members, elders and Mount Isa police as well as fingerprints from all of the youth involved in the workshops," Chern'ee said.
"This extremely special and significant piece has now been donated back to the Mount Isa City Council, so that it will be a part of the Mount Isa community for all time, representing the whole community working together and moving forward as one."
Mayor Joyce McCulloch said it was fantastic to have Chern'ee here to create paintings with Mount Isa students, helping to foster and inspire the next generation of wonderful local artists.
"Chern'ee is only in her early 20s and has been acclaimed for her incredible talent and skill, Cr McCulloch said.
"Her paintings have been seen all over the world, so I know the students who take part in the workshops will definitely get a lot out of the time they spend with her."
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