Some of Australia’s finest contemporary Aboriginal didgeridoos and paintings
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William Carter is a proud Wiradjuri man and award winning didgeridoo maker and artist. Will is a descendent of Wiradjuri from the banks of the Murrumbidgee River in New South Wales, Australia. He began developing his didge and artefact making skills as a teenager when he began gathering and decorating didgeridoos and artefacts with his uncles and elders. “Join me and explore my journey of Wiradjuri land, culture and people through my art creations” Will Carter.
Will Carter is one of Australia’s finest contemporary didgeridoo makers.
Nothing has been left out when creating these didgeridoos for collectors. Each Boxwood timber didgeridoo has been internally sealed three times and externally preserved to ensure its longevity; the artwork can include carvings, burnings and acrylic painting; a final clear enamel (double coat) is applied to protect the artwork; the inside ends have been sanded smooth giving a polished look (the termite channels are barely visible, maintaining some of its natural hollowed look); the mouthpiece has been sealed using hand moulded Australian beeswax; and, each didge is sound tested and tuned to its natural key.
“I respectfully acknowledge the traditional custodians of all lands across Australia and I pay my respects to their elders past, present and future.”