Jeannie Mills – Microfibre Sunglasses Pouch is a beautiful little gift to store your glasses and can clean then as well.
These handy little pouches are so helpful for keeping glasses and sunglasses protected from dust and grime.
Soft lightweight microfibre glasses pouch with drawstring. Carry and clean your glasses all in one! (Glasses not included)
These are the perfect gift in a stocking filler and for anyone Over 50!
They are a great alternative to hard cases, as they take up little space. This bright and colourful pouch doubles as a lens cloth in emergencies!
Each pouch comes with a tag with the artist’s name, photo and information on it. Royalties from this product go back to the artist and their community.
Height (cm): 19
Length (cm): 10
Width (cm): 0.4
About the Artist and Artwork
Paintings by Jeannie Mills Pwerl predominately represent the flower and seeds of the Anaty (desert yam or bush potato), which she enjoys collecting in her homeland. Jeannie’s distinct style for her story was created in 2004 for Mbantua Gallery and its captivating energy has thrust her name throughout Galleries nationwide.
In 2008, Jeannie’s large Anaty painting was accepted in the 2008 NATSIAA, the most prestigious Aboriginal art award in Australia.
Cheerful and good spirited, Jeannie has close family connections to some of Australia’s top names in art. Her mother is well known Utopian artist Dolly Mills and her uncle is the late Greeny Purvis, a successful entrant in the 21st NATSIAA. Her great aunt is the late Emily Kame Kngwarreye, dubbed by art experts as one of the world’s best modern and abstract artists. It is through these influences that Jeannie began to paint, bringing her own style and dynamic to the world of Aboriginal Art.
Although initially shy, Jeannie is open and emits a pride in her work and teaching about elements of the bush. When she smiles and laughs, it is truly genuine and friendly. At one time, Jeannie lived not too far from the Utopia Clinic in a camp which has been named ‘Jeannie’s camp’ by the people, clearly reflecting the respect and leadership she must have amongst them. It is exciting to see Jeannie develop into an established and talented artist. It is an exhilarating chapter for her as she spearheads through to the future, as part of the next generation of Aboriginal artists keeping the culture and tradition alive for generations to come.
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10 × 8 cm
This product uses ethically licenced artwork by a First Nations Artist
This product provides royalties from the sale of the item to a First Nations Artist or community