Sisters picking wildflowers: Aboriginal design Pendant Rectangular style
Kathleen Buzzacott Collection (Warnka Tharrala Ntatha Kutjima)
This artwork represents Kathleen with her sister amongst the wild flowers where they grew up.
The pendant frame is made from nickel-free pewter that is silver plated, oxidised, buffed and lacquered. The pendant includes an adjustable silicone rubber necklace that is cleverly size-adjustable, and comes in its own presentation gift box. Designed and made in australia
Warnka Tharrala Ntatha Kutjima: This artwork represents Kathleen with her sister amongst the wild flowers where they grew up.
Diane of Allegria Designs first came across Kathleen Buzzacott’s artwork whilst on holiday in Alice Springs. The textures and colours are ideally suited for inclusion in our jewellery. We are proud to be collaborating with her. Kathleen gets royalties from each item sold.
Kathleen Buzzacott was born in Alice Springs where she has lived to raise her two boys with her husband, though in her early childhood, Kathleen moved to Queensland with her father, brother and sister. At the age of ten, Kathy and her siblings moved back to Central Australia to live with their mother in Hermannsberg. Her Language is of the group Western Aranda and her Tribal group derives from Pitjantatjara. Her motherâ€™s country spans across the borders of South Australia, Western Australia and the Northern Territory.
Kathleen is a hairdresser by trade, but also focuses on and is developing her skills as an artist. She began painting 16 years ago along with her sister Julie-Anne Paige who is a prominent artist in her own right. Kathleen paints bush tucker and childrenâ€™s stories which reflect her own happy childhood growing up with her family out in the bush. Kathleenâ€™s work is keenly sought after by the locals in her community, interstate and overseas.