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
Born: c. 1980
Language Group: Western Arrernte
Country: Mt. Denison (North West of Alice Springs)
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas and Linen
Subjects: Inspirations from Country, Fire Sparks, Dancing Bird Spirits, Sand Hills, Thirsty Lands, Bush Flowers, Bush Foods, Landscapes, Awelye (Women's Ceremony), Bush Medicine, Rain in my Country, Snake Hole story, Colours.
Janelle Stockman was a very talented and established aboriginal artist whose paintings are in demand for their unique contemporary style.
Janelle began painting in 2001 when Mbantua Gallery approached her to see if she would like to give it a try. She had always wanted to paint but had been busy raising a family. Being surrounded by the very habitual painting life of her husbands extended family in Utopia in Central Australia, Janelle received much encouraged from other artists when she began, including baby sitting by many of the ladies.
Janelle divided her time between Utopia with her husband's family (Mary Morton, Lucky Morton and Sarah Morton to name a few) and her traditional home land at both Hermannsburg and Papunya in Central Australia. Billy Stockman, who is famed for being one of the original members of the early Papunya Tula aboriginal artists is Janelle's grandfather, which drew an obvious pride in Janelle at the mention of his name.
Janelle's paintings have always been very contemporary in style because she wanted to do something totally different to everyone else. Janelle drew inspiration from a number of places including the landscape and a dream to be a famed artist like her grandfather some day.
Her works do not tell a story of her ancient dreamtime but were simply an expression of herself. Janelle had always said that she paints from within, acknowledging the freedom of her expression. She loved mixing beautiful colours, whether they were bright or pastel, or making a bold statement with black and white. She said that the colours of the bush and her environment were all of these colours.