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Rhonda Sampson, a proud Kamilaroi woman artist and accomplished graphic designer, specialises in Indigenous art and designs. She is the owner of RS Creative Solutions based on Dharawal country in Campbelltown, located in Sydney’s South West. Her artistic journey began with a Diploma in Graphic Design in 2019, followed by several prestigious awards, including at the TAFE NSW Excellence Awards, TAFE NSW Gili Awards, South & South Western Sydney NSW Training Awards.

Rhonda’s artistic footprint extends throughout her local community, adorning prominent venues like Campbelltown Sports Stadium, Sarah Redfern, and Ingleburn High Schools. Her most distinctive work graces Macarthur Square, shopping centre, where her art weaves through the shopping centre, encompassing a Wall Mural, Escalators, LED Screens, and Two Large Rugs. Her creative talents have also made an impact on a broader scale, collaborating with renowned brands such as Optus, Western Sydney International Airport, Lendlease, Acciona, WestConnex Transurban, International SOS, and National Transport Insurance (NTI).

In January 2023, Rhonda’s artistic ability gained international acclaim with her creation of the artwork for the Sydney Opera House Dawn Reflection Artwork on Australia Day. This recognition led to a meaningful collaboration with Vista Elementary School in Simi Valley, California, USA, where she shared First Nations culture with students from kindergarten to 6th grade, leaving a lasting impression across the school.

Rhonda’s impressive achievements in 2023 include her artworks adorning four cars during the 2023 Supercars Indigenous Round in Darwin, highlighting her recognition in the world of motorsports. Additionally, her creation of murals for the WestConnex/Transurban Motorway Control Centre, in which she received a Community Recognition Statement from a Member of the NSW Parliament, underscores the impact of her work on infrastructure projects and the wider community.

Rhonda’s commitment to promoting reconciliation and her culture is evident through her involvement in developing artworks for various Reconciliation Action Plans (RAPS) for organisations like Western Sydney International Airport, Optus, National Transport Insurance (NTI), TOMRA Cleanaway, Royal Life Saving, International SOS, One Door Mental Health, Youth off the Streets, and South Sydney Rabbitohs, fostering understanding and unity within these organisations and their communities.

Rhonda is undeniably an inspiration and a shining role model for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community, as well as for individuals everywhere. Her ability to inspire others through her work and her remarkable accomplishments in a relatively short time are a testament to her passion, talent, and dedication. Rhonda’s impact extends far beyond her art, she’s a beacon of motivation for anyone striving to make a positive difference in their community and the world.

“Art is a powerful tool that connects people. My vision is to empower others to embrace their creative talents and share that gift with the world. Dream beyond your ability. Create your vision. Inspire future generations.”

– Rhonda Sampson


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