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Kamsani Bin Salleh Kamsani Bin Salleh i(10820354 works by)
Gender: Male
Heritage: Aboriginal ; Aboriginal Noongar / Nyoongar / Nyoongah / Nyungar / Nyungah/Noonygar ; Nimunburr
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BiographyHistory

Kamsani Bin Salleh (WA) is a Noongar and Nimunburr man who lives in Perth. He is an artist, designer and illustrator.

Most Referenced Works

Personal Awards

2016 recipient Australian Indigenous Creator Scholarship for a mentorship to learn the craft of book illustration.

Awards for Works

y separately published work icon At the Beach I See Broome : Magabala Books , 2017 12958023 2017 single work picture book children's

'This delightful book for Early Childhood will mesmerise young children and older readers. The black linework and colourful wash backgrounds work beautifully with the lyrical text. Together they introduce extraordinary creatures and birds that we can discover and observe around our Australian coastline. ‘Dancing jellyfish’, ‘scuttling crabs’, ‘scattered shells’, ‘drifting seaweed’ and ‘waving coral’ evoke the wonder of our beaches and the treasures to be found. ' (Publication summary)

2018 shortlisted Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year Awards Birth to 3 Years
2018 longlisted Australian Book Industry Awards (ABIA) Small Publishers' Children's Book of the Year
y separately published work icon At the Beach I See Broome : Magabala Books , 2017 12958023 2017 single work picture book children's

'This delightful book for Early Childhood will mesmerise young children and older readers. The black linework and colourful wash backgrounds work beautifully with the lyrical text. Together they introduce extraordinary creatures and birds that we can discover and observe around our Australian coastline. ‘Dancing jellyfish’, ‘scuttling crabs’, ‘scattered shells’, ‘drifting seaweed’ and ‘waving coral’ evoke the wonder of our beaches and the treasures to be found. ' (Publication summary)

2018 shortlisted Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year Awards Birth to 3 Years
2018 longlisted Australian Book Industry Awards (ABIA) Small Publishers' Children's Book of the Year
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