Daniel Romaine is a widely recognised urban indigenous artist who shows incredible care and dedication to producing fine, exquisitely detailed work.
He has lived in a number of places across Australia including Palm Island, Queensland working professionally within the community in aboriginal affairs. It is his travels that have most influenced his art, inspired by landscapes where flora, fauna and ancient land forms meet.
Deaf Services is hosting an Afternoon with Daniel Romaine where he will share stories from his life and in particular focus on how ‘Art Creates Healthy Communities’.
This event is free and light refreshments will be provided so please ensure you register prior to the date.