Collection: Chern'ee Sutton

Chern'ee Sutton is a proud Aboriginal artist and Kalkadoon woman from the emu foot province around the Mount Isa area in North West Queensland. 

Her distinctive style is ingrained onto the canvases she produces, merging the two worlds of traditional Aboriginal heritage with a modern contemporary twist that is visually captivating catching the eyes of collectors from around the world.

Chern’ee has won an abundance of both State and National awards, has gained success both Nationally and Internationally and has been an Australia Day Ambassador for the past 5 years, and has her artwork hanging in Queensland’s Parliament House, Queensland’s State Library and has exhibited her artworks in London, Tokyo, Singapore, Hong Kong, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Melbourne and Sydney.


All digital art pieces will be on auction during each exhibit with proceeds split between the artist and local Pacific charities selected by them.