Keturah Nangala Zimran Wool Table Runner - Puli Puli Stones
Featuring artwork designed by Indigenous artist, Keturah Nangala Zimran, this vibrant piece depicts natural rock formations (puli) and will brighten up any dining table or buffet.
- Pure wool chainstitch table runner
- 30cm x 120cm
- Designed by Aboriginal artist, Keturah Nangala Zimran
- The artist receives royalties for every sale
- Handstitched by artisans in Kashmir
- Fair Trade
About the Artwork
The ancient Australian landscape with it’s eroded forms and organic shapes provides motivation for Keturah’s art. In this work Keturah depicts the natural rock formations (puli) found in and around Haasts Bluff.
How It's Made
Chainstitch is a traditional Kashmiri handicraft and important to the local economy. This work is produced in remote villages and provides important supplementary income between harvests and other rural work. The stitching is done by hand using an 'sari', a sharp hooked tool similar to a crochet hook.
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.