The Path They Have Laid Bamboo Coaster Set (4 Pack)

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The vibrant artwork represents the important theme “For Our Elders”, an acknowledgment of the pivotal roles that Elders have and continue to play in their communities and a celebration of everything they have achieved. This item was originally released as part of our iconic NAIDOC 2023 collection.

Brighten up your home with these bamboo coasters that feature the gorgeous artwork of Luke Mallie. They are perfect for bringing a touch of colour into your living room and make a colourful matching set with our ceramic mugs.


Product: Bamboo Coaster Set
Materials: 100% Bamboo
Size: Coaster - 10cm x 10xm, Holder - 11.5cm x 11.5cm
Artwork: The Path They Have Laid
Artist: Caitlyn Davies-Plummer
This art piece is a dedication to our Elders in honour of the 2023 NAIDOC Week theme, "For Our Elders". The main pathway in this painting is a symbol of the path that our Elders and generations before us have laid. Our Elders have paved the way for us and are constantly sharing their cultural knowledge. The mountains symbolise the struggles and hardships our Elders have been through and how they have consistently shown their strength through their triumph. The campsite at the bottom of the painting represents the past and the top left campsite is our Elders today. The circle around them represents a circle of safety, symbolising to us to always look after, respect and listen to our Elders. We would not be where we are today without our Elders. This painting is dedicated to all of the special Elders in my life who have guided me, taught me and shown me the strength culture has to pull me through even when times are hard.

Caitlyn Davies-Plummer

Barkindji Woman

Caitlyn is an up and coming contemporary artist who uses her art to connect with her Country and culture. Learn more