Authentic designs inspired by the simplistic yet enriching canvas of the Australian Outback.
Born from the red sandhills of central western Queensland, Australia, Red Ridge the Label shines a spotlight on central western Queensland Aboriginal artists by expressing their work in beautiful fashion.
The Andrawilla Collection
Andrawilla, by Anpanuwa 'Joyce' Crombie and Aulpunda 'Jean' Barr-Crombie, proud Wankangurru/Yarluyandi Aboriginal women from the Birdsville, Diamantina country of outback Queensland. They are known as ‘Two Sisters Talking’, bringing the culture of their country alive in their art, painting a deep love of the country from river to desert.
The Barkee Collection
Barkee introduces channel country artists Ronell Patuwai, Janeece and Beryl Thompson and Deanna Plumb to Red Ridge the Label. Hailing from Barcaldine, this collective’s work features waterways and sandhills as well as storylines of connection and family.
So named for the region its print artists grew up in, the Georgina collection tells the story of Aboriginal traditional bush medicine through the artwork of Wangkanguru and Yarluyandi women, sisters Aulpunda ‘Jean’ Barr-Crombie and Anpanuwa ‘Joyce’ Crombie.
Red Ridge the Label's debut collection, Diamantina, highlights artwork from Wangkanguru and Yarluyandi women Aulpunda ‘Jean’ Barr-Crombie and Anpanuwa ‘Joyce’ Crombie from Birdsville, Queensland.