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Adventure (10cm) Ceramic Plant Pot

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Pure Ochre is:

  • 100% Authentic Indigenous artwork
  • Ethically & sustainably sourced Indigenous art
  • Supports Indigenous employment & training
Pure Ochre's gorgeous new plant pots are perfect for adding a little pop of colour to your indoor green sanctuary. They feature gorgeous artworks by talented Bidjara artist Sheri Skele. Sheri calls her artworks bigi nagala, which means 'I am Dreaming' in Bidjara language. This ceramic pot is printed with her artwork ‘Adventure’.

Our pots are designed to fit 90mm growers pots.

Please note: These pots do not have holes in the bottom, they are designed for indoor plants. As such please remove your plant from this pot when watering so that the soil can drain.

Product: Plant Pot
Materials: Printed ceramic
Sizing: 10cm x 10cm
Artwork: Adventure
Artist: Sheri Skele

Living in Nhulunbuy was such an adventure. We would jump in the ute and head to one of the many waterholes nearby. Along the way we would pass lots of families in the bush often stopping to offer them some freshly caught fish if we had any. The country was so beautiful, full of colour, trees as far as the eye could see, and flies....yep there were a lot of flies. - Sheri Skele

Will leave the warehouse within 2-3 business days.

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MEET THE ARTIST

Sheri Skele (Bigi Nagala)

Aboriginal Bidjara woman

"I began painting as a way to connect with my culture and quickly realised that it was also an incredibly meditative and spiritual experience for me. "

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