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We are so priviledged to offer these beautiful Australian Flora watercolour gift cards by Philippa Nikulinsky.  

Measuring 100x100mm and paired with a 105x105mm white envelope, this card is the perfect size to accompany a gift.  All cards are blank inside.

Printed with vegetable-based inks on environmentally friendly, thick 350gsm 100% Recycled Paper.

Want us to write in the card for you?  Make sure you let us know in the Notes section at Checkout.

The artist plants a tree every time an order is made.

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Philippa Nikulinsky, self-taught watercolour artist, and Angela Nikulinsky, self-taught businesswoman and Philippa's daughter in law.

Philippa’s career focuses on a lifetime fascination with the flora and fauna of the arid lands of Western Australia.

For nearly 50 years, Philippa has travelled throughout this enormous state to record, draw and paint its phenomenal natural history. She’s shared her gift for watercolour painting through her teaching, exhibitions and commissioned works. She’s also the author of many books published by Fremantle Press.

In recognition of her contribution to the arts, Philippa was awarded an Order of Australia in 2016 and Honorary Doctorate (UWA) in 2019.

Angela founded studio Nikulinsky in 2017 to share her mother-in-law's amazing and extensive catalogue of works through quality, thoughtful, sustainable, locally made products in the hopes of people seeing the natural world through Philippa's eyes.