Epenarra Tealight Candle Holder by Pammy Foster
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These gorgeous candle holders are hand-made from glass and a layer of clay then beautifully gift boxed with a story card inside.
The clay allows the candle flame to illuminate through and radiate the magnificent colours of the design, a glowing kaleidoscope of colours.
"When you go out bush you see all different flowers. You can pick them and smell them - some of them smell very nice."
Epenarra artist Pammy Foster uses bright colours to capture the landscape of the Davenport Ranges, Pammy builds textures with layers of paint, alluding to the rocky nature of the landscape, densely grouped green trees and flowering bushes cover the canvas suggesting the work shows the land in the rainy season.
A portion of each sale goes to the artist.
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