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Perinatal Mental Health Week (PMHW) takes place annually in November – a national week to raise awareness, provide information, referral pathway support and de-stigmatise perinatal mental health issues. A united sector supporting expectant and new parents during what will be one of the most vulnerable times in their life.

Togetherness, always

Artwork by Rheanna Lotter
“With this artwork, I wanted to create a meeting place, representing family and connection. The dots around the shape hold our story together, with the symbols of the sun, moon and stars, representing night and day to demonstrate the importance of togetherness, always.”

Rheanna Lotter is a proud Yuin woman and founder of Ngandabaa (Yun-Da-Baa; named after her grandfather Keith Thorne). Growing up in Willow Vale in the NSW Southern Highlands, Rheanna now lives and works in Western Sydney.

She has supported many companies and clients across Australia to showcase modern and contemporary Aboriginal Art, sharing culture in unique ways and creating artworks for all Australians to enjoy. Rheanna has worked with various organisations with bespoke artworks including Gidget Foundation Australia, the AFL and Boeing and recently designed the 2021 Australian Paralympic team uniforms.

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