Hogarth Aboriginal Art Melamine Salad Servers - Pathways
by Stephen Hogarth
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Hogarth Aboriginal Art Melamine Salad Servers - Pathways by Stephen Hogarth
2 piece set
Size: 28cm (Length)
- Dishwasher Safe
- Light, Durable & Practical
- **Not suitable for Microwave use**
designed in Australia by royalty paid Aboriginal Artists & made in China under strict Licence Agreements
Story: We all have our own pathways to travel to different places. The journey to different places and experiences that lets us grow as people - to meet new people and opportunities. Share stories, pass on information and explore this is part of Aboriginal Culture
About the Artist - Stephen Hogarth (Baayama)
Stephen is an Aboriginal contemporary artist, a descendant from the Kamilaroi nation and family going up throughout Southern Queensland. Growing up in different places, Stephen learnt his artform from the Elders from where he lived at the time. His art means a lot to him and his culture. He has won many awards and has a great eye and reputation for finely detailed indigenous art. Stephen was given the Aboriginal name Baayama by an Elder meaning "Warrior Creator".
Direct royalties from the sale of every product goes to Stephen and his family
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