Aboriginal Kinship Ceramic Trivet
Aboriginal Kinship Ceramic Trivet
Aboriginal Kinship Ceramic Trivet

Melanie Hava

Aboriginal Kinship Ceramic Trivet

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These ceramic trivets depict images from Aboriginal Artist Melanie Hava. The trivets come with a cork base ensuring no damage to your furnishings. They can be used under a hot dish or as a placemat, even artwork!

This artwork is inspired by the spirit of kinship. The artist, Melanie Hava, was raised in the outback where she would often see emus travelling through the long grasses. Occasionally, she would observe two males joining forces to protect their chicks. This banding together in kinship to feed and protect their mob echoes the way Aboriginals once lived.

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KS
09 Nov 2020
Kaye S.
Australia Australia
Prompt delivery

Purchase was excellent and beautifully presented

A
05 Nov 2020
Abby
Love the Emu's

I love that this is a Melanie Hava. She's fantastic. I use it as art instead of a trivet.

Artist Bio

Melanie Hava

Melanie Hava has always known she would be an artist, and started out selling her work at markets as a teenager. As a Mamu Aboriginal woman from Dugul-barra and Wari-barra family groups in the Wet Tropics of Far-North Queensland, reef and rainforest have always been prevalent in her work. Austrian patterns and use of gold leaf became later inspirations after travelling to meet her paternal family in Austria.

Cement kinship with the perfect gift

The blend of Aboriginal and Austrian influence produces unparalleled art that in turn creates a perfectly unique gift. Her collection at Koh Living is inspired by the spirit of Kinship. In the outback, she would often see emus travelling through long grasses, and occasionally, two males would join forces to protect their chicks. This banding together in kinship to feed and protect their mob echoes her own Aboriginal culture and is reflected in her work.

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