Jedess Hudson is a descendant from the Ewamian and Western Yalanji people of North Queensland. As an emerging artist she creates and explores traditional stories with a contemporary perspective.
Deep in the heart of the Gulf Savannah region is an outback oasis, created by a series of geological processes situated on Ewamian Country. Sand and mud sediment was deposited and compressed forming the multiple layers of the Hampstead Sandstone. Over many years’ torrential rain and wet seasons formed fractures, creating deep gorges, springs and seepages to create our famous Cobbold Gorge.From above these sandstone formations occupy an area of roughly 80 square kilometers with spectacular 9 metre tall cliffs with an emerging forest below.