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Mango wood has been combined with the incredible artwork of Josiah Omeenyo to create this beautiful range of products. The artisans at Noah's Ark create the mango wood bowl and then apply the enamel art work layer.
Artwork by Josiah Omeenyo: Tropical Stream Josiah, b 1963, comes from the Umpila-Kanthanampu language group. Josiah is well known for his coral reef themed paintings using spectacular colour combinations. He has exhibited in many solo and group exhibitions in Australia and Houston, Texas, USA. I am a cultural leader and have led Lockhart River dancers with other leaders to many song and dance festivals outside of Lockhart River. I love to paint my heart on the canvas and linen to share my stories with the world.
Made from: Mango wood, food-safe enamel
Please note: Wipe with damp cloth
Tropical Stream Shallow Bowl$39.95
Noah’s Ark began as a single-room workshop in a family home in Moradabad, in northern India, and has grown into a thriving fair-trade marketing organisation, working with approximately 40 artisan groups and more than 300 artisans across India.
The organisation was created by Samuel Masih in 1986, in a bid to help artisans become more self-sustainable and less vulnerable to exploitation by middlemen and exporters. Noah’s Ark encourages and values traditional skills and artistry, ensuring artisans and entrepreneurs receive a fair price for their work.
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