Guganigine- Kookaburra Acacia Wooden Serving Board
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Deadly Dot Pots is:
- Indigenous owned
- 100% Authentic Indigenous artwork
- Supports Indigenous employment & training
Brighten up your home with these gorgeous hand painted wooden serving boards. Every design tells a unique story some are about the incredible wildlife and natural landscape of Australia and others are about the importance of family and culture.
Artist Mandy Draper creates Deadly Dot Pots products as a way of raising awareness about mental health and the incredible impact that art can have on everyone's well being.
Guganigine meaning Kookaburra in Darug Language. Guganigine’s stay and live together in their family groups. This painting represents the gathering of family and the colours represent the connection to their country, their land.
PLEASE NOTE: These serving boards are for decorative purposes only.
Product: Acacia Wooden Serving Board
Materials: Acacia Wood
Dimensions: 16.5cm (W) x 46.5cm (Length including handle)
Story: Guganigine (Kookaburra)
Artist: Mandy Draper
Will leave the warehouse within 1-2 business days.
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MEET THE ARTIST
Mandy Draper (Deadly Dot Pots)
Aboriginal Darug woman of the Cabrogal Clan
Mandy’s mission is to raise awareness about mental health, sharing how art can have the ability to positively impact people's lives. “I encourage our mob to understand the importance of mental health and to guide everyone to find something that can assist their well being…Painting is my go to, it assists me to cope with my mental health and reframe my well being.”