Seven Sisters Dreaming Adult Mat
Natalie Jade x Sunchild Yogi Collaboration
Our newest collection of Adult and Kids Yoga mats have been created in collaboration with Indigenous Australian artist Natalie Jade.
There is something incredibly magical about Natalie Jade's work, you get a strong sense of peace and healing through her intuitive art. ⠀
"The purpose of my art is to create something beautiful that has a vibration through colour and forms, to uplift others and their surroundings." - Natalie Jade⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
- 100% natural tree rubber base with microsuede top
- Eco-friendly, biodegradable and recyclable
- Free of PVC, latex, silicone, phthalates, chlorine, odour and other nasties
- Carry strap included
- 183cm x 61cm x 3mm thick
Sunchild Yogi mats are made with a microfibre suede top to deliver ultimate softness as well as a supreme grip. The microfibre suede uses enhanced grip technology which means the wetter it gets or the more you sweat, the better the grip gets!
About the Artist
Natalie Jade describes herself as a contemporary Aboriginal intuitive artist. Her ancestors originate from Bruny Island, Tasmania, of the Nyunoni language group (Palawa). She currently lives in Victoria with her three children and partner. Natalie paints as a way to connect with her culture, soul frequency and ancestors. She often likes to paint intuitively after reaching a flow state through meditation and music.
About the Artwork - "The Seven Sisters Dreaming III"
The Seven Sisters Star Dreaming is a star group within the Pleiades Star cluster which has special meaning for Aboriginal people. "We have strong ties to this cluster which has several meanings for my people." - Natalie Jade
The full colour artwork by intuitive Indigenous artist Natalie Jade will inspire you in your practice every day.
- Art Materials
- Art Framing
- Art Turnaround
- Art FAQs
Original acrylic on canvas artworks only one of a kind, framed in an Tasmanian oak float frame and ready to hang signed on the back of the canvas.
Printing on canvas rewards your Artwork with simple elegance, giving it a lively, tactile presence.
The finish boasts high levels of UV inhibitors as well as anti-fungal properties to provide optimum protection to your Artwork.
Our Canvas has a finely woven blend of cotton and polyflax which displays a subtle texture and fewer artifacts for a true artistic look and feel. This Bright White canvas embraces new technology to maximise the longevity of a print while maintaining a bright white surface. It offers a high resolution coating for increased colour brilliance and image definition.
This is an archival canvas solution with quality image reproduction that invites attention.
High whiteness ValueAbrasion resistant surfaceSuperior colour brilliance and image definitionWide colour gamutUniform finish96% opacity92% brightness
Fine Art Print
This 100% cotton white matte fine art paper provides a luxuriously smooth surface ideal for high-resolution Artwork reproduction. This 310gsm Fine Art paper is able to produce extremely deep blacks, excellent image sharpness and details with optimum colour graduation.
Acid and lignin free
High density & wide colour gamut
Excellent colour brilliance & image definition
Archival Certified according to ISO standards
Original paintings are Tasmanian oak float frame and ready to hang.
The frames we use are kiln dried, finger jointed timber without wedges, meaning tightening or loosening it later is completely unnecessary. The assembly is completed with framers tape and is strung ready to hang.
Fine Art Prints
Because of the glass we can't post these - it is best to have framed at your local framer.
All Prints are order and proudly 100% Australian made.
To process your order please allow:
Originals: 2 weeks
Fine art paper: 2 weeks
Canvas (unframed): 2-3 weeks
Canvas (framed): 4-5 weeks
Delivery times will vary depending on your location. You will receive a tracking number when the order is dispatched.
What's the difference between paper prints and canvases?
My paper prints are printed onto thick paper made from pure cotton fibres. These prints have a 3cm white border around them and are designed to go into picture frames with glass. I always recommend taking them to a professional framer, but you might like to buy a ready made picture frame and put it together yourself.
My canvases are wonderful. These are delivered either rolled up or framed ready to hang. They are made from cotton and also have a polyflax woven in as well. They don't need to be put in a picture frame with glass like my paper prints, rather they are stretched over a strainer bar and finished off with a beautiful Tasmanian Oak floater frame. If you select the framed version they are delivered ready to hang.
If you select the unframed version you will need to take it to a professional framer to complete the job
If I choose unframed how does it come?
If you choose unframed artwork, shipped inside an industrial-strength art tube.
Can I frame a fine art print?
Sadly not through me as these require glass it is too risky in the post. I recommend taking the print to your local framer. I use Tasmanian oak for all of our frames and this is what I recommend to compliment the art.
If I just buy the canvas print - how does it come?
Un stretched and ready for your local framer.
If I buy my canvas print framed how does it come?
Stretched, Framed, ready to hang and delivered to your door.