Fiona Clarke is an artist. She creates what doesn't exist. She also re-creates what once did exist but was believed to be lost. Like her father, Henry 'Banjo' Clarke, an Aboriginal elder of the Kirrae Whurrong, she is a storyteller. Her paintings tell her stories.
Like her father, Fiona hasn't forgotten the past. Her paintings are reminders of the sad and happy stories of the past. But she's also determined to make a better future for Aboriginal and other Australians, for the children born and the children to come. This is a story of finding your way back and finding your place.
- Excerpt from introduction by Shane Howard.