CELEBRATING CULTURE THROUGH ART | LEADING THE WAY IN ABORIGINAL ART AND DESIGN
We are a National Aboriginal Design Agency Member, a Supply Nation Registered Business and an Indigenous Art Code Member.
"Deloitte Australia has a continued relationship with artist and Birrbay woman Angela Marr-Grogan who was first commissioned in 2015 to produce an artwork for our second Reconciliation Action Plan. We have been delighted with the quality and professionalism of the artwork and with the wonderful support Angela has shown us as our firm progresses on our journey towards reconciliation with Australia’s First Peoples."
Shehara Wijayapala, Manager Responsible Business | Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu
"We've had the pleasure of working with Angela over the past few years for the creation of an artwork series for our client's Reconciliation Action Plan. Angela has done such an incredible job bringing the client's RAP story and journey to life through her artwork. She offers an amazing combination of creativity and complete professionalism."
Michele O'Sullivan, Account Director | Carbon Creative
“Angela produced our Reconciliation artwork for our Nations of Origin tournament official gear. The artwork is absolutely outstanding and meets all our expectations and more. Working with Angela was a truly wonderful experience, really easy to work with and totally professional."
Paula Skinner, Community Engagement Manager | PCYC NSW
"Ang designed the 2015 NSW LGAN Conference imagery, the artwork was beautiful and really captured the brief of ‘Bringing Us Together Strong on Birpai Country.’ The time, effort and intricacy of the piece is amazing, what an amazing artist."
Kelly O’Brien, Place Facilitator | Port Macquarie Hastings Council
"What a stunning and innovative business which brings honour and respect to genuine Aboriginal art works. I can recommend a professional and satisfying experience when dealing with Ang. Beautiful works from a beautiful person."
Julie Chandler | M.D.I.A Interior Designer
We acknowledge the traditional custodians of country and their continued connection to our land and waterways. We pay our respects to Elders past and present.
Wanyimbuwanyimbu Ganyila Wanyimbuwanyimbu Ganyiy ‘Always Was Always Will Be’