Maxwell & Williams
LAUNCHING 26th September 2021: Journeys Collection
Taking inspiration from reef, rainforest, art and architecture, Melanie Hava’s artwork is an enchanting combination of landscapes, colour and pattern. Born to a Dugul-barra/Wari-barra mother from the Mamu tribe and an Austrian father, Melanie’s diverse heritage combines to create a range of vibrant designs in her Jugaig-Bana-Wabu (Earth-Water-Rainforest) collection. Each piece in the collection celebrates her distinct aesthetic and is available on a range of homewares, including mugs, tea towels and drink bottles.
Under the Sea Collection
Koh Living is endorsed by the Indigenous Arts Code
This season we are releasing Melanie Hava’s new ‘Under the Sea’
collection which will remind us of some of the things we love about
“These paintings are influenced by the landscape of my
home, the traditional land of the Rainforest Aboriginal people,
right next to the magnificent Great Barrier Reef.” “My people are the
Mamu. Our traditional lands are now internationally recognised, as the
Wet Tropics of Queensland and the Great Barrier Reef are both World
Heritage Areas. These places and their stories are irreplaceable and
priceless to our people, to Australia and to the world. Sharing and
caring about our World Heritage Areas is so important and it is my
passion to share these stories through my paintings.”
2022 Reflections – Rainforest and Reef by Melanie Hava Wall Calendar
This popular and unique calendar features the beautiful artwork of Melanie Hava – Mamu Aboriginal Artist from North Queensland. Melanie’s rainforest and reef paintings are brought to life using bright and appealing colours in a modern and indigenous style.
With a beautiful image each month and a spacious sate pad for important notes, this calendar makes a lovely gift.
Printed at high resolution with a UV varnish and finished off with quality wirobinding.
Size: 370 x 250mm
Light and Glo / Soul Collection
Endorsed by the Indigenous Art Code
From diving into the deep fresh Australian waters and billabongs and trekking over dusty hills and roads of the outback. There is a little piece of Australia in every tin, to bring back the memories of drives and holiday adventures. Artwork by Melanie Hava which tells a tale through Indigenous Aboriginal art with a contemporary flair. Melanie had successfully exhibited at many galleries across Australia in Aboriginal, Folk and Abstract arts.