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Aboriginal Dreamtime Blooms Votive Gift Pack

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    Unique art inspired gifts
    Supports Aboriginal artists
    Meaningful gifts at great value
    Celebrating Indigenous culture
    Product Description

    With artwork by Indigenous artists, Pammy Foster, Domica Hill and Gladys Lewis, this Dreamtime Blooms candle holder Votive gift pack is hand-made from glass and a layer of clay then beautifully gift boxed with a story card inside. The clay allows the candle flame to illuminate through and radiate the magnificent colours of the designs, captivating any space.

    Perfect for your home or as a gift for someone special! A great gift idea for Mother's Day.

    • Pack Size - 25cm x 7cm
    • Votive Size - 6.5cm diameter, 4.5cm high 
    • Pack includes one of each Medicine Flowers, Banksia & Wild Flowers Votives.
    • To clean, wipe with a damp cloth
    • 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.

    ARTIST & ARTWORK

    Pammy Foster Pammy Foster is a Waramungu and Alyawarr woman born in Tennant Creek and raised between Ampilatwatja and Wutunugurra (Epenarra). She began painting from an early age, learning from her aunt Susie Peterson and her grandmother Jessie Peterson, both well-known artists from Wutunugurra. Pammy paints intricate pieces depicting the bush plants and landscapes of the Wutunugurra region. She is a devoted artist who will finesse a canvas until she is completely satisfied with her work, resulting in highly detailed and layered pieces

    Domica Hill

    Pakana woman Domica Hill is a contemporary Aboriginal artist infusing traditional elements with modern colour palettes and patterns. She has a passion for native flora and Fauna inspired by the loss of her daughter Briar Primrose as well as bringing connection to her ancestors.

    Her creations often captivate a blend of contemporary and vibrant work while still paying homage to tradition with symbolism. Each artwork serves as a testament to the enduring spirit of her people and their inseparable connection to the land they inhabit.

    Gladys Lewis

    Is an emerging artist from Wutunugurra, she is the niece and granddaughter of leading artists Susie Peterson and Jessie Peterson respectively, both of whom have been crucial to the development of Wutunugurra's Art Centre and the distinct style for which the community is known. Wutunugurra is nestled in the foothills of Iytwelepenty (the Davenport Ranges), its landscape is the linchpin of Gladys' work. In Gladys' playful paintings, the tiny wild flowers which blanket Iytwelepenty are magnified, dancing rhythmically across the canvas, haloed with bright line work which trace the loosely rendered shape of bush flowers in bold colour. Gladys' work is a celebration of the simple beauty of Iytwelepenty, its wild flowers and their potent medicinal forces, of which she is very knowledgeable, often referring to the specific uses of flowers depicted in her work.

    Wild Flower Design Story - Pammy Foster

     "When you go out bush you see all different flowers. You can pick them and smell them - some of them smell very nice."

    Banksia Design Story - Domica Hill

    This Banksia represents the symbol of rebirth and new beginnings. The Banksia flower reaches out to embrace the warmth of the sunlight.

    Gladys Lewis - Medicine Flowers  

    Bush Flowers around the bush. We see them all the time

    OUR 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.

    SHIPPING AND RETURNS

    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.  During sale periods this may stretch to 3 working days. Between Christmas and the 2nd week in Jan your order will be dispatched within 3 business days as our dispatch elves take a well needed break.

    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.

    Aboriginal Dreamtime Blooms Votive Gift Pack
    Aboriginal Dreamtime Blooms Votive Gift Pack
    Aboriginal Dreamtime Blooms Votive Gift Pack
    Aboriginal Dreamtime Blooms Votive Gift Pack
    Aboriginal Dreamtime Blooms Votive Gift Pack