Wooden Tray “Family Yarns”


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Hand painted rectangle plate decorated with an Indigenous design on solid acacia wood.

“Family Yarns”

“Yarns” means telling stories/communicating.

When families get together they always tell the biggest yarns.

The dots on top represent people, the lines represent the travelling distance of the ‘yarns’ and the gathering of dots on the bottom represent the ‘yarns’ being shared amongst one another.

*This product & design is made to order, as all products are hand painted not all designs and woodgrains are exactly the same.

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Hand painted acrylic on acacia wood.

Width: 12.5cm

Length: 25cm

Height: 2.5cm

Casey Coolwell-Fisher is a Quandamooka woman of Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island, Qld).

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Casey Coolwell-Fisher

Casey Coolwell-Fisher is the Quandamooka artist behind the brand Chaboo.

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Portrait of Casey Coolwell-Fisher