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Boxed Square Cards: Edith Cowan Centenary - Eucalypts

Boxed Square Cards: Edith Cowan Centenary - Eucalypts

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One hundred years ago in March 1921, Edith Cowan became the first woman to be elected to an Australian Parliament. She gifted a gumnut brooch to her campaign committee – a symbol that represented finally cracking the ‘tough nut’ that was entering Parliament as a woman.

Renowned watercolour artist Philippa Nikulinsky AM has spent her life painting the flora and fauna of Western Australia.

Philippa’s paintings of various eucalypt species found in Western Australia are presented here on gift cards as a small tribute to Edith Cowan to celebrate the centenary occasion.

Printed with vegetable-based inks on environmentally friendly 350gsm 100% Recycled Paper. All studio Nikulinsky cards are designed and printed in Western Australia.

Boxed card set exclusive to WA Parliament and studio Nikulinsky.

*Cards are not for individual sale - they are available as separates here*

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STUDIO NIKULINSKY recognises the whadjuk people of the noongar nation as the traditional custodians of the country & its waters, where we are so fortunate to live.

We pay respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander people throughout Australia - the oldest living cultures on earth - whose sovereignty was never ceded.