Justin Butler Aboriginal design Table Runner , made in Australia
Cotton Tote bag
Australian Made featuring licensed artwork by Justin Butler from North Queensland, Australia.
Poly Cotton Table Runner featuring artwork by Judy Napangardi from Warlukurlangu Artists in the Northern Territory, Australia.
Table runners are made from Polyester/Cotton so do not wrinkle as much as cotton table runners which means less ironing for you!
- 45cm x 140cm
- 80% Polyester | 20% Cotton
- Gift Boxed with information about Artist & Artwork.
- Made in Australia
- Justin Butler
Aboriginal Artist North Queensland Australia
"My art is influenced by both my Kalkadoon and Bandjin stories and styles. My work involves embedding Aboriginal symbols, colours, contrasts, vantage points, and abstract designs to tell the stories of my people."
Justin Butler is an Aboriginal man from the Kalkadoon people of the Mt Isa region and Bandjin people of Munnamadahnamee (Hinchinbrook Island.) Justin's totem is the Emu foot from his Kalkadoon lineage and Yimba (Pelican) from his Bandjin lineage. Justin also has ties and connection to the Jirrabal, Warragamay and Tagalaka Aboriginal people.
Royalties from this product directly benefit the artist and their community.
Established in 1985 Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation is a not-for-profit organisation that is 100% Aboriginal-owned by its artists from the remote desert communities of Yuendumu and Nyirripi in Central Australia.
Made in Australia