Pensar recently engaged Elaine Chambers-Hegarty to create an artwork acknowledging our commitment to our RAP journey. Elaine beautifully captured Pensar’s solutions based focus, and our connections to culture and nature.

“Energy from the lightning flashes across the sky, and towards the land.  Detailed lineart shows the way our land is structured with hills and valleys. The weaving ways show our communities with lines connecting to other communities.  Communities and townships are represented by the circles, while the coolamon represents water and its many uses as a tool for our people.  The protection and treatment of water is always important to us all.  Blue colours of Pensar are continued throughout the artwork. From the water to the sky, together we can all work as one, and conserve and respect the land around us.” – Elaine Chambers-Hegarty

 

Pensar's Connection to Culture and Nature

Pensar’s Connection to Culture and Nature by Elaine Chambers-Hegarty, artist and graphic designer with proud links to the Koa (Guwa) and Kuku Yalanji peoples.