Keep your drinks cold with these amazing water bottles. The full wrap print showcases the design beautifully and the stainless steel/bamboo mix lid adds another high quality touch.
Made from 18/8 stainless steel these water bottles are double walled and vacuum insulated - meaning they will keep drinks cold for 24 hours and hot for 12 hours.
Each water bottle comes tagged with the artist's name and title of the artwork design and also lets customers know that the artist receives royalties for this product.
LFGB Certification | REACH Certification | BPA Free
Care: Dishwasher safe but NOT microwave safe.
Measurements: 28.5cm (height) x 7cm (width) x 7cm (depth). Holds approx. 750ml (25oz) of liquid.
Material: 18/8 Stainless Steel
Language Group: Eastern Arrernte
Country: Arnumarra, near Gem Tree, North East of Alice Springs (father) and Arrulka, near Conniston, North West of Alice Springs (mother)
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas and Linen, Decorative Art
Subjects: Dreamtime Sisters, Awelye (Women's Ceremony), Arlatyeye (Bush Yam)
Colleen is a self-taught artist who comes from a strong family tradition of Eastern Arrernte painters, including Therese Wallace (Colleen's mother) and Gabriella Wallace (Colleen's aunt). Colleen was raised by her stepmother, Kathleen Wallace, at Santa Teresa and Alice Springs. Colleen's father's country is near Gem Tree, north east of Alice Springs.
Colleen's most popular paintings illustrate Dreamtime Sisters who are good spirits dancing the awelye (women's ceremony) and looking after Colleen's country.
'My country is called Arnumarra that is my grandfather's country. In my painting, the dreamtime sisters are a group of spirits that look after the land and also their role is to guard special areas such as sacred sites and protect the land.' Colleen Wallace, August 2014.
Colleen says these sisters were once living people; her ancestors. She also paints Awelye (Women's Ceremony) and Arlatyeye (Bush Yam Dreaming).
Colleen now lives at Mulga Bore (north east of Alice Springs) and Alice Springs with her husband, Colin Bird (Ada Bird's son) and their children. Colleen also works at Mulga Bore School as a teacher.