About the artist:
Roy Christian was born in 1965. He is from Wiradjuri tribe in New South Wales. Roy Christian is a talented artist and makes beautiful Didgeridoos which he carves and paints skilfully. He also paints on canvas and mostly uses earthy tone colours in his paintings. The symbols and patterns he uses in his art come from aboriginal art of Wiradjuri tribe.
About the didge:
This particular didgeridoo is painted of bloodwood which is rare for didgeridoos. The main painting on the front of the didgeridoo shows the malu (red kangaroo), which is a form of bush tucker (bush food). The cross-hatching across the roo is a traditional style of Aboriginal painting that is often used to solidify the meaning of that which is being painted (in this case, the kangaroo).