Indigenous Journey Mug

Indigenous Journey Mug

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Loving this new Indigenous Art Series, Journey. 

A gorgeous ceramic mug with white on the inside & outside with coloured in greens, beige and white design as in photo.

Journey is an indigenous design created by Emma Stenhouse.

Dimensions: Height 9cm x 8cm x 9cm. Holds 400ml approx.

Product Material: Ceramic

This mug is ready to send next business day upon placing order.

About: Emma Stenhouse is a proud Ngarrindjeri woman and a contemporary indigenous artist on a journey of self-discovery, deepening her connection with her family, exploring her heritage, and inspired by her love of Country. 

Emma encapsulates her knowledge in her story works formed by her deep relationship to land and guided by strong female role models in her community.

Growing up in Broken Hill, Outback New South Wales, Emma intrinsically draws on her connection to the arid lands of the bush. This is often evident in her use of colours inspired by the red dirt, and the simple concepts of nurturing nature and to continue its growth and sustainability.

She now resides by the beach and explores the shades of green & blue reflected in the region. The lush green fields, hills and the blues of the many waterways and the Southern Ocean.

Emma is an Educator and is passionate about sharing her experience and culture through her art practice within her classrooms and in workshops. As a multifaceted creative, she explores diverse art practices influenced by her journey. Each art piece is braided with learning, an enriching exchange between artist and viewer and a continuation of culture - a platform for cross-cultural exchange.

Acknowledgement: I am a proud Ngarrindjeri woman, with strong links to the Gunditjmara people of Warrnambool.

I would like to acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land where this artwork was created, the Peek Whuurrong people of the Marr Nation, and pay my respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging. I recognise them and respect their cultural heritage, beliefs and relationship with the land, which is important to all of the Marr Nation people living today.

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