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  1. Place an order to keep your art on hold.

  2. Choose which charity you'd like to support: Wear it Purple, Landcare, or Common Ground

  3. Select free pick-up in Ultimo NSW or paid shipping.

  4. Pay via PayPal. I forward 80% to charity.

  5. Receive your art and donation receipt!

I create my art as a way to spread appreciation of nature and life, and show that sustainable art is possible. To make a bigger impact, I sell my works via Barefoot Bouquet and the profits go towards a chosen charity. My sustainable methods also minimize my business costs, which allows me to maximize our donations. So, only a tiny bit of each sale is held back to keep Barefoot Bouquet running - and the rest goes towards a good cause.

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Landcare's vision is for all Australians to actively care for the land and water that sustains us.

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Common Ground is a First Nations not-for-profit working to shape a society that centres First Nations people by amplifying knowledge, cultures and stories.

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Wear It Purple strives to foster supportive, safe, empowering and inclusive environments for rainbow young people.


I try my best to make sure that my materials and methods have minimal impact on the planet. Here are some ways I prioritise sustainability: 

  • I clean all fabrics on eco settings in my washing machine and use eco-friendly detergent before using them

  • I get fabric scraps from neighbours, online, and local shops - sometimes even for free!

  • If I'm after something specific, I find it at local second-hand craft stores

  • As I often receive a mixed bag of items, I bring any wearable or usable items to second-hand stores instead of cutting up materials that still have life in them

  • I purchase second-hand acrylic paint, brushes, and thread from local people and stores

  • I let any leftover acrylic paint dry to be re-used as textured flakes, instead of rinsing microplastics down the sink

  • I keep trims of fabric and threads in colour-sorted containers, so I can reuse them to make unique textures (such as pollen) or as filling for a 3D item (similar to the filling of a pillow)

  • If I need to buy first-hand products online, I do my best to select sustainable materials

  • If I'm ordering something online, I wait until I need multiple items so that they all come in one delivery rather than multiple trips (with more emissions)

Get in touch if you have any questions or suggestions about sustainability!


My art journey began with my friend dragging me to summer art camp when I was 9. From then on, I explored every medium I could. Being creative grounded me through the ups and down of my mental and physical health. But when I combined paint and fabric, it did more than sooth me - I finally found a way to express my perspective of our beautiful, colourful, textured world in a way I couldn't bear not to share. 

So, between studying Psychology and Design, working as a Research Assistant for a Mental Health Centre, and spreading the word about Climate Justice, I've added creating tapestries to my day-to-day. 

I didn't want to create art 'just because.' So I found a way to bring my interests and values together. Using repurposed and recycled materials lessens the carbon footprint, water footprint, and waste footprint of each tapestry. Offering custom orders allows me to engage with my customers, work together to create joy, and pushes me to explore new designs. 

"I paint my own reality. The only thing I know is that I paint because I need to, and I paint whatever passes through my head without any other consideration."

Frida Kahlo


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