Wildflowers Ceramic Mug
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Add a splash of amazing Indigenous art to your kitchen with an amazing collection of ceramic mugs. Classic in shape and stunning in design, our mugs are perfectly portioned for sipping hot cocoa, tea or your morning cup of coffee.
Our ceramic mugs are both dishwasher and microwave safe. Our mugs are designed and printed in Australia.
This lovely collection makes a unique gift for someone who enjoys a cuppa!
- 82mm (dia.) x 95mm (h)
- Dishwasher & Microwave safe
Artist: Holly Sanders
This piece represents the beauty and abundance of wildflowers on Bundjalung country. Inspired by new growth from heavy rains, it represents the regeneration of native wildflowers.
The many different varieties of wild flowers, berries, seeds and pods, include many with medicinal properties and nectars used to make a sweet drink. Wildflowers also emphasis the importance of natural regrowth, renewal, rebirth and regeneration of Country.
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MEET THE ARTIST
Aboriginal Bundjalung woman
Through her art, Holly aims to share her stories, culture and Country in a contemporary way. The patterns of Saltwater Country motivate her, as do stories from the past.The colours and patterns utilised in her art are a reflection of her connection to Country and used to develop a modern interpretation of her Aboriginal culture.