From Edith Rewa's Field Trip Collection.
'Olive Muriel Pink (1884 – 1975) is a woman who opened a door onto a living arid landscape for me.'
'In her Alice Springs garden reserve, with rock wallabies looking over my shoulder, I sketched Eucalyptus orbifolia (minniritchie, Round-leaved Mallee) and several Eremophilas.'
About the Artist:
Edith Rewa is a textile designer, illustrator and fossicker, who is stirred by all things botanical and Australian. She is Sydney based, with one toe in Hobart and the other in Melbourne.
|Materials||100% silk crepe de chine|
|Dimensions||65 cm x 65 cm|
|Packaging||Packaged in a recycled black square gift box and sent with an illustrated postcard.|
|Origin||Each scarf has been illustrated, digitally printed and made locally in Sydney, Australia.|
Redeemable in-store only.