My name is Bobbi Lockyer and I’m a colour-obsessed, queer feminist pink-haired mermaid queen, spearheading change in social spaces through art.

A proud Ngarluma, Kariyarra, Nyulnyul & Yawuru woman born and based on Kariyarra Country in Port Hedland, NAIDOC Artist of the Year 2021 and an official creator for Nikon Australia, I'm also a solo mother to four amazing boys, striving to create a better, more colourful world for them and everyone else.

Influenced by the stories of the past, the colours of country and the waves of the ocean, along with my deep-rooted passion for community and dream of a better world, my art refuses to be defined by conventional means - instead, providing an insight into my creative heart and soul through an array of different mediums, including Aboriginal art, fine art paintings, photography, illustration and digital design.

My art also gives me a platform to fight the good fight as an activist for social justice and Indigenous rights, women's rights - including Birthing on Country - and as an advocate for my grassroots Aboriginal community here in my beloved hometown, Marrapikarinya (Port Hedland), as well as on a national level.

Most of the time though, you'll find me living out my own colourful Mermaid queen dreams at the beach, or behind my camera or my canvas, dreaming up my next creative endeavour.

Welcome to my little corner of the world. I'm so glad you're here!

If you want me to create some magic for you, send me a little note below

I would like to acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land on which I live and create, the Kariyarra people, and pay my respects to their Elders, past and present. Sovereignty was never ceded.

Always was, always will be, Aboriginal land.