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Baby Rug – Cedric Varcoe – Animals

$69.00 inc. GST

Knitted 100% cotton rug.

Joyful design featuring kangaroos, pelicans, emus and dogs.

A beautiful quality product that has a lovely soft texture and will keep a baby snuggly and warm. A totally delightful gift for a wee one.

The stunning design is based on an original painting by Cedric Varcoe, a Narangga/Ngarrindjeri man and outstanding artist from South Australia.

Description

  • Size: 80 x 100cm
  • Composition: 100% cotton – knitted
  • Colour: the photos are colour accurate
  • Eco label has information about the artist and the design

Artist: Cedric Varcoe
Design: Emus, Pelicans, Kangaroos and Dogs
Royalty fees are paid to the artist for every sale.
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About the artist: Cedric was born in Adelaide in 1984, his family is Narangga, from Point Pearce on the mission on Yorke Peninsula in South Australia and and Ngarrindjeri from the area along the southern parts of the river Murray the Coorong in southern coastal South Australia. Cedric has been painting since he was very young, inspired by watching his family paint and by the stories from Ngarrindjeri country and culture told to him by his grandfather and other elders of the Ngarrindjeri language group.

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Made by Better World Arts, an Australian social enterprise that is Fair Trade certified.

Better World Arts has been operating for over two decades. Our role models were Oxfam, Fred Hollows (the Fred Hollows Foundation) and Anita Roddick (The Body Shop).
We work with traditional artisans from remote regions in Kashmir, Peru, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh and Nepal (Tibetan refugees).
We work with Australian Aboriginal artists from remote communities across Australia, from Arnhem Land to Central and the Western Desert regions, from rural locations and from cities.