Ethel Charlie Ghostnet Cylinder
Created by the Torres Strait artists of Erub Erwer Meta (Darnley Island Arts Centre), these pieces are the result of a series of cross cultural workshops with Melbourne based artist Kate Rohde, who worked directly with the artists in 2013 and 2014. The works use reclaimed abandoned fishing nets supplied by Ghostnets Australia; an environmental initiative in Northern Australia which works with indigenous rangers and communities. This vessel was woven by artist Ethel Charlie.
Hand-woven upcycled Ghostnet
This is a one-of-a-kind item and once sold out, cannot be made to order. However please enquire if you are interested as we may have something similar.
This item will be made to order by the artist; please allow approximately six to eight weeks.
Prices listed are a guide only and may vary depending on the size and materials used.
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