Must-Have Pieces to have and gift for Home & Work Spaces

Must Have Dreamtimez Pieces by Shop Local
Must Have Dreamtimez Pieces Article and photograph by Shop Local

In today’s world, where the essence of culture and tradition is highly sought after, indigenous art stands out as a vibrant and meaningful element for both home and office decor. Dreamtimez, a treasure trove of Aboriginal art and decor, offers a range of items that are not just visually stunning but also rich in history and culture. This blog will guide you through five must-have pieces from Dreamtimez that will bring the spirit of Australia’s indigenous heritage into your living or workspace.

Cushion Covers by Aboriginal Artists
A simple yet impactful way to introduce indigenous art into your home or office is through cushion covers. Dreamtimez showcases a variety of cushion covers, each designed by Aboriginal artists like Carolyn Tjruwa Dunn, Megan Lyons, and Rhubee Neale. These covers are not just beautiful pieces of art; they tell stories of the artists’ connections to their land and heritage. For instance, Carolyn Dunn’s “My Country” cushion cover offers a bird’s eye view of her homeland in the APY Lands, South Australia. Each cushion cover comes with the artist’s story, making it a meaningful addition to any space.

Vases with Indigenous Artwork|Vases are an elegant way to incorporate art into your home or office. Dreamtimez offers vases like the ones by Janet Golder Kngwarreye and Rhubee Neale. These vases feature original artwork and represent various aspects of the artists’ homeland and life experiences. For instance, Janet Golder’s vase presents a panoramic view of her desert country in the wet season, while Rhubee Neale’s vase focuses on the theme of connections and roots.

Aboriginal Prints and Canvas Art
Wall art is a classic way to bring character to any room, and Dreamtimez’s collection of prints and canvas art by Aboriginal artists is a testament to this. With artists like Janet Golder and Maureen Hudson Nampijinpa, these pieces bring the Australian landscape and stories into your space. Janet Golder’s “My Country” in desert colours and Maureen Hudson Nampijinpa’s “Connections” are just a few examples of the beautiful artwork available.