From a tradition spanning thousands of years comes a piece of art that is a wonderful mix of beauty and practicality.
Alperstein’s Aboriginal Art collection features the work of some of Australia’s finest indigenous artists. With their bold colours and amazing designs, these Salad Servers do true justice to the works on which they’re based…and you’ll find them really handy too!
Judy Watson was born in the ‘20s at Yarungkanji, Northern Territory. Like many of the generations and ancestors before her, Judy and her family lived a nomadic life between Mina Mina and Yingipurlangu between the Tanami and Gibson Deserts, hunting bush tucker. Having painted alongside Warlukurlangu artists for a number of years, most of Judy’s work depicts the sacredness of the Mina Mina and the Dreamings connected to it. Her distinctive dragged dotting style has been exhibited in galleries Australia-wide, and in The Netherlands.
Alperstein isn't just about fine art from Australia's heritage. Together with Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation, they aim to directly benefit each artist and their community, with all royalties from the Aboriginal Art collection passed along to them. A truly powerful and ethical way to bring art to life.
Judy Watson Salad Servers features:
- Based on artwork by Judy Watson.
- Made from bamboo fibre.
- Royalties from product directly benefits the artist and their community.
- Dishwasher safe.
- Presented as a salad spoon and fork in a Warlukurlangu - Artists of Yuendumu gift box
Utensil Length: 28.5cm