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Emus Aboriginal Art Tote Bag

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Make a statement in with this Emu Tote Bag featuring colourful Aboriginal artwork by Thelma Beeton.

Thi eye-catching and Australian Made tote bag is the perfect souvenir. It is roomy enough for all your essentials and a bit more! Lightweight and easy to fold the bag also makes a lovely Aboriginal gift for friends and family overseas.

The tote bag artwork/placement varies so each one is a little bit different!

Product Details:

  • Made in Australia
  • Cotton
  • Bag 40cm x 40cm
  • Base Gusset 16cm
  • Handles 60cm
  • Tag included with information about the artist

The artist Thema Beeton is a Palawa woman with family ties to Cape Barren Island off the north-east coast of Tasmania. She grew up in Swan Hill, a small town on the Murray River in the Loddon Mallee region of Victoria . Most of Thelma’s work is inspired by her totem, the Tasmanian Emu. A former graffiti artist, she first started creating work with The Torch in 2016.

The Torch is an organisation that supports First Nations people in Victoria whose lives have been impacted by the criminal justice system to explore their identity and culture through art, and define new pathways for themselves upon release from prison. By embracing participants as artists, The Torch provides an avenue for change.

Thelma has developed a unique painting style using bold, often primary coloured backgrounds with 2D depictions of emus.She loves connecting with her culture including researching the practice of muttonbirding, a traditional hunting method for Aboriginal Tasmanians.

Royalties from this product directly benefit the artist and their community.