Aboriginal Epenarra VotiveRegular price $12.95
$9.95 flat rate shipping Australia wide
These Epenarra votive candle holders are hand-made from glass and a layer of clay. The clay allows the candle flame to illuminate through and radiate the magnificent colours of the designs, captivating any space when using one of Koh's tealights.
Perfect for your home or as a gift for someone special!
- Size - 6cm diameter and 4.5cm height
- Suitable with one of Koh's tealights
- To clean, wipe with a damp cloth
- A portion of each sale goes to the artist.
- Designed in Australia.
- Australian owned and operated company.
Our candle holders are handmade with clay, therefore the end product may look slightly different to the images due to variations.
Epenara Votive - Pammy Foster Peterson
"When you go out bush you see all different flowers. You can pick them and smell them - some of them smell very nice."
Epenarra artist Pammy Foster uses bright colours to capture the landscape of the Davenport Ranges, Pammy builds textures with layers of paint, alluding to the rocky nature of the landscape, densely grouped green trees and flowering bushes cover the canvas suggesting the work shows the land in the rainy season.
Wutunugurra (Epenarra) is described by the Indigenous people as Hill Country, it is nestled in the foot of Iytwelepenty (the Davenport Ranges National Park). The area is home to the popular camping sites of Whistleduck Creek and Policeman Waterhole and a unique variety of birds, insects and bush medicine.
Annette Nungala Peterson was born at Neutral Junction Station in 1968, between Alice Springs and Tennant Creek. She speaks Alyawarr and Kaytetye languages as well as English. Annette works at the Epenarra School where she dedicates her time to teaching language and culture to young ones.
Annette started painting as a young girl and has re-invigorated this practice in recent years. Her subject matter varies between bush foods and the landscapes around Neutral Junction, which she paints with a rich and vibrant palette in her signature patchwork style.
The Koh Living Promise
We passionately believe in making unique, special and delightfully different high-quality art-inspired gifts both affordable and accessible.
All Koh Living Artists are Australian based, and all design work is completed in Australia. Koh Living Founder Tui Cordemans personally selects all artists and oversees all designs with special focus always being placed on unique and meaningful designs with stories to be told. Koh Living is a proud and active member of the Indigenous Art Code and practises ethical trading of Aboriginal Art.
Only the highest quality products are approved for sale by Koh Living with all manufacturers involved being either BSCI certified or complying with equivalent global social and compliance standards. All manufacturing and logistics processes follow best practice guidelines and processes are regularly inspected.
Your order is normally dispatched from Koh the next business day, and each one has a tracking number so that you can trace where it is in the delivery process at any time.
In Australia we use Australia Post - Regular Parcel Post delivers in 3-5 days to Metro and 10 days to Country within your state, and 10+ days interstate. For Express Post - delivery is faster, but Australia Post cannot guarantee delivery timeframes like it used to pre COVID-19. We are noticing delays of many days, and appreciate your patience as Australia Post works with it's increased volume and challenges.
International deliveries may also experience delays in delivery.