The name Waratah comes from the Eora Aborginal people, the original inhabitants of the Sydney area.
It means 'red flowering tree'.
Indigenous Australian legends feature the Waratah strongly & Indigenous people used the flower in a number of ways, including as a medicinal tonic for children & by infusing water with the flavour of the blooms to create a sweet drink.
Using hand Painted layers & mark making, along with additional photographs of textures & surfaces we find within our environment, such as rusted metals, stone walls, paper, sand & fabric, are layered to create our colourful & unique digital collages.
Our greetings cards are printed on 100% recycled paper using vegetable-based inks, left blank inside for your own message.
Measuring 140mm x 140mm when folded, packaged in a 100% recycled cello sleeve with a matching white envelope.