Pot Stand: Jade Dolman, The Stars Speak - Djinda Waanginy - WA Museum Exclusive
These beautiful pot stands are made from stain, scratch and heat resistant melamine with 6mm hardboard and have a cork backing for extra padded support. Each pot stand is heat resistant up to 145 degrees Celsius.
Jade Dolman is a Whadjuk/Ballardong Noongar, Eastern Arrernte woman from Perth, Western Australia. She has a passion for bridging cultural gaps through her visual art. Jades purpose is to highlight that all Australian land is traditional Country on which her ancestors have practiced their culture on for thousands of years. Her works are a contemporary continuation of traditional culture.
“Noongar culture on land is deeply connected to the night sky. We are guided by six seasons, represented by the changes we see in flowering plants and animal life, and in the location and orientation of stars in the night sky. Certain constellations, such as the Seven Sisters and Emu in the Sky, are also very significant stories in my law and culture.” Jade DolmanImage: The Stars Speak - Djinda Waanginy