Our Indigenous Artwork

Jungari 20’

The GR Production Services Company Community Connection

The Four Larger Clusters with the mixture of colours represent the Perth, Brisbane, Melbourne and Darwin Locations.

The Dotted White Bands represents the people that work with and for GR Production Services. Working together to achieve Harmony in our workspace.

The Blue and Green theme is to represent our work on Land and Sea much like why GR Production Services uses these colours.

The Single Colour Dotted Circles and Clustered Multi-Coloured Dotted Circles represent all of our various work sites.

And finally, the U-shapes around the Four Larger Clusters represent the Spirits, the Elders and the Communities we work in and work with, creating a collaborative safe work place.

GR Production Services is committed to developing a workforce that is inclusive and diverse and which focuses on improving employment outcomes for Indigenous people within the communities we work in.

About the Artist

Aaron “Jungari” Sutton is a Waramungu man from Central Australia, who now resides on Whadjuk Noongar country (Perth/Boorloo).  His father is renowned artist Jabaljarri. Over the years, Aaron has learnt the traditional ways of painting from his father and has adapted these styles to create digital pieces like the artwork he has created for us. Painting from a young age, his style has evolved using digitalised images, shapes and colours. Aaron is an accomplished visual artist with a passion for sharing his culture and stories through his art.