Indigenous Art Salad Server Set Wooden - Julie Woods 'Two Sisters' Blue

Better World Arts

  • $38.95

Add a splash of colour to your dining table with these stunning wooden salad servers. This fork and spoon set features artwork by Indigenous artist, Julie Woods.
  • Wooden salad servers - set of fork and spoon
  • Features the artwork of Indigenous artist, Julie Woods
  • The artist receives royalties for their artwork
  • Packaged in a cardboard box

About the Artwork

Julie is telling the story of two sisters travelling through her mother’s country towards Docker River, Northern Territory. They stopped at Ilkuwaratjara and cut a wana (digging sIck). The punu (wood) was really straight. The little sister was gettng homesick, but the big sister said; “No, I am taking you to meet your family.” Along the way they were digging for kuka (meat such as goanna) and Niny (Bilby). They got kuka and they were happy to have a good feed. The ‘U’ shapes are the sisters. Next to them are their wana or digging sick. The circles represent rock or water holes where water collects after the rains.

Better World Arts

Better World Arts facilitates cross cultural art projects between Aboriginal artists in Australia, and artisans in India. The Aboriginal artists are paid royalties for their designs, and the artisans in India work in conditions that encompass the 10 Principles of Fair Trade, including receiving a fair wage, working in safe conditions, and ensuring there is no child labour or forced labour.

Read more about Better World Arts here.

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