A stunning gift that will sure leave an impression. We have paired a wide selection of gourmet goodies with a collectible recycled glass platter designed by the acclaimed Indigenous artist Corrine Hunt. The perfect gift for every celebration.
- Hardbite Chips 150g
- Stroopwafel Maple Waffle Cookies 136g
- Triple Jim's Apple Chip 75g
- Gone Kooky Cookies 142g
- Raincoast Crisps 150g
- Maple Country Cookie 350g
- IndianLife Mumbai Mix 200g
- Hippie Snacks Cauliflower Crisps 70g
- naturSource Tamari Almonds 200g
- Smoked Sockeye Salmon 113g
- Hanfuel Nut Mix 40g
- c'est BONBON Sweet Mix 150g
- Real Treat Kitchen Cookies 35g
- Crab Pate 100g
- White Icewine Truffle Chocolate 210 g
- Piccola Cucina Regali Limonetti 136g
- Prana Chic Choc 125g
About the platter:
14" Eagle Orca Round Recycled Glass Platter by artist Corrine Hunt.
Where Air Meets Water: The Eagle and Orca - The concept for this panel is based upon the physical depiction of air meeting water; a drop of water which creates a swirl as the air affects its surface. The whorl-shape created by this abstract notion has produced the form of an Eagle, on the upper left side of the panel and an Orca it's body elusively curving around the right side of the panel. Corrine has continued to play with the whirlpool concept by introducing echoing shapes and forms that reflect across the surface of the panel and invite the viewer to explore the "waters" surface.
About the Artist:
Born in Alert Bay British Columbia in 1959 Corrine Hunt has been producing contemporary art that reflects the themes and traditions of her First Nations Kwakiutl and Tlingit heritage for more than 22 years. "I want to show how both the First Nations people and the art have evolved", she explains. Corrine has mentored First Nations and other artists and continues to be a strong and vocal supporter of the arts in British Columbia. into contemporary styling is distinct and her artwork is found in art collections and museums worldwide. An international multi-award winner, she is recognized for her contribution to First Nations contemporary art.