Unified Moments Beach Towel

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“My art brings vibrancy and that’s the message I want to convey. I hope people will feel good about themselves. I also hope that people wearing my art feel a sense of belonging and pride in supporting First Nations Culture and our strong connection to Mother Earth. Thank you to all of the mums, aunties, grandmothers, mothers in heaven and the fathers who may have had to play both roles. Thank you for your guidance, strength and wisdom.” -  Artist Shanai Kellett

Get ready to kick back and relax at the beach or pool with this beautiful towel. Made from soft and absorbent fabric with a cotton backing, this towel is perfect for drying off after a swim or lounging in the sun.

Product: Beach Towel
Materials: Polyester front, Cotton back
Washing: Warm machine wash with regular detergent. Do not use fabric softener. Only wash after a couple of uses. Rinse towels after being used poolside to remove the chlorine residue that can fade colours.
Artwork: Unified Moments
Artist: Shanai Kellett


Unified Moments

‘Unified Moments’ reminds me of the many different, shades, textures and types of beach treasures like shells and sea glass that flow or glisten in the shoreline or amongst the Sandy Nepean. For many people that grew up on Boon Wurrung/ Bunurong country, collecting sea glass was a popular hobby. I always tried to find that perfect, smooth, green piece, often competing with my sister or mum. Sitting in the rockpools or scanning the shoreline with my hands, sifting through eye catching shells to find the perfect piece of sea glass is a treasured memory of mine with my mum and sister.

The Boon Wurrung / Bunurong women would often hunt and gather shellfish, sit and share stories together. Thriving and only taking what was needed at the time. Some of these historical midden sites are still here today.

A variety of my traditional Yorta Yorta and Juru symbols alongside common Aboriginal symbols of gathering places, woman and varied sized dot work transform ‘Unified Moments’ and the ongoing connection us women have with Mother Nature.

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Shanai Kellett

Yorta Yorta and Juru

My name is Shanai Kellett, I’m an educator and contemporary Aboriginal artist. As a young girl in primary school my mum would o... Learn more