Keiora Lemon Myrtle Candle
KEIORA’S Australiana Range is designed in collaboration with Zachary Bennett – Brook aka Saltwater Dreamtime.
KEIORA is a Sydney based Scented Soy Candle making company offering high quality luxury candles with exotic fragrances. All our candles are made in Australia with high quality natural soy wax with a blend of different fragrance oils.
Dimensions: 13 cms Diameter , height : 5 cms
Burn time : Approximately 70 hrs with 3 wicks
About: Zachary Bennett – Brook aka Saltwater Dreamtime
Zachary is an award-winning artist, born and raised in Wollongong Australia. Growing up in Wollongong (Dharawal Country), he has always been surrounded by the water and has always been involved with water-based activities. Being of Torres Strait Islander heritage, water has always played a vital role throughout Zac’s life. The ocean is ingrained within his cultural heritage and is often represented throughout many of his artworks and designs. In high school, Zac discovered his passion to paint stories and artwork whilst combining both his surf and Indigenous cultures together. Zac’s art has commonly been called unique and often an eye-catching perspective of contemporary Indigenous culture blended with surf culture, for all to enjoy. In a short time, Zac has gained worldwide recognition for his Indigenous artworks with works being shipped all over the world to America, Japan, Canada, England, Spain and throughout Australia, just to name a few countries. His artworks have been exhibited in a range of solo and group exhibitions and viewed by thousands from all over the world. Zac strives to create artworks that are of the highest quality, representing his passion for surfing in conjunction with his Indigenous background to ultimately showcase an artistic flare. His ambition is to create and develop works, which are engaging and aesthetically appealing, whilst allow him to grow artistically and professionally.
Zac has named this design as “travel & connection”. Each of the White circular design is symbolic of family and different community groups. The White lines that connect each of these together represents travel moving from one location to another, giving the style the name of travelling pattern.