Medium Handmade Candleholder - Dreamtime Stories, Waterholes
From a young age Kathleen Buzzacott, of Pitjantjatjara descent, lived with her family in a remote aboriginal community in Central Australia. Her designs are inspired by life experiences in a time free of modern technology. Treasured family times were spent out bush on hunting trips, searching for bush tucker, seeking out desert waterholes and playing with desert creatures. Kathleen still lives in the bush with her husband and their two sons on her husband’s maternal land west of Alice Springs. Commissions are paid to the artist for each item sold.
This original artwork depicts desert waterholes. Knowledge and stories of the land, which are passed down through generations of Aboriginal people, reveal the locations of such sacred sites.
Polymer Clay Candleholder
Comes Boxed with a Tealight.