She-Tea Art

A collection of my favourite She-Tea canisters featuring my original artwork, inspired by life in Daylesford.
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"Birds of a Feather"  Tis painting is about the cafe scene in Daylesford, namely at Koukla.   I haven't used this painting for a canister design yet as I can't decide which blend to use with it. Any ideas?

"Birds of a Feather" Tis painting is about the cafe scene in Daylesford, namely at Koukla. I haven't used this painting for a canister design yet as I can't decide which blend to use with it.

"Abundance" - this is my absolute most important painting as it was painted when I was finally 12 weeks pregnant, after trying for 3 years with no success.   I was filled with energy and purpose once again and I believe that this is comes through from the canvas.  It was such a relief to paint again as I stopped painting for a long time to capture all my creativity within me and focus this towards creating a family.

Abundance: A psychic woman told me to never sell this painting as it was my soul. Needless to say, I still have it.

This painting is inspired by my time at Passing Clouds Winery in Musk. We used the piece for our "Daylesford Lazy Lunch" canister (organic green with jasmine) as it symbolises the long, boozy foodie sessions that Daylesford is famous for and that I love.

This painting is inspired by my time at Passing Clouds Winery in Musk. We used the piece for our "Daylesford Lazy Lunch" canister (organic green with jasmine) as it symbolises the long, boozy foodie sessions that Daylesford is famous for and that I love.

This is our Daylesford Last Drinks canister. I live just a couple of doors down from the beautiful Convent Gallery and we often have tipsy bridesmaids stumbling down the road from a wedding up there.   I love the idea of sneaking off for a little quiet time and a drink in the garden during the reception.

This is our Daylesford Last Drinks canister. I live just a couple of doors down from the beautiful Convent Gallery and we often have tipsy bridesmaids stumbling down the road from a wedding up there. I love the idea of sneaking off for a little quiet time and a drink in the garden during the reception.

Last Drinks - The Convent Gallery and a bridesmaid sneaking off for some quiet time and a glass of wine in the garden.

"The Great Escape" (Bridesmaid sneaking off for a wine and some breathing space during the wedding reception - Convent Gallery)

This is the artwork we used for one of our original teas (and one of our favourites) called "Bitch is Back".   I love her intensity but we needed to cease the tea canister as people didn't really understand what "Bitch is Back" meant - we created her over a few wines and we thought we were hilarious!  The tea is now called Sweet Tooth instead and I must says she sells a lot better! (Black tea with vanilla and caramel pieces)

This is the artwork we used for one of our original teas (and one of our favourites) called "Bitch is Back". I love her intensity but we needed to cease the tea canister as people didn't really understand what "Bitch is Back" meant - we created her over a few wines and we thought we were hilarious! The tea is now called Sweet Tooth instead and I must says she sells a lot better! (Black tea with vanilla and caramel pieces)

ZEN is a little cup of peace and calm in an otherwise hectic world.   I love this blend as it just looks so indulgent and tastes so comforting.

ZEN is a little cup of peace and calm in an otherwise hectic world. I love this blend as it just looks so indulgent and tastes so comforting.

This painting is called "Mostly I Prefer the Company of Books". It is probably my second most important painting as signifies a big step in my painting style and a leap into detail and surrounds where I used to just have blank canvas backgrounds. I have kept this piece also.  The tea we created to match was the "Daylesford Grey Afternoon" (Earl Grey)

This painting is called "Mostly I Prefer the Company of Books". It is probably my second most important painting as signifies a big step in my painting style and a leap into detail and surrounds where I used to just have blank canvas backgrounds. I have kept this piece also. The tea we created to match was the "Daylesford Grey Afternoon" (Earl Grey)

Daylesford Breakfast Tea - this canister was inspired by the beauty of lavandula and the fact that so many people come to Daylesford to relax and unwind.  The idea of a woman bathing while a man plays a violin is one I have revisited time and again as I love the sense of opulence, and the implied respect and privacy with the violinist's closed eyes.  I think I will probably paint another version of this piece.

Pure, organic green tea and fruit extract that dissolves in hot or cold water in just 3 seconds.

Our logo with Abundance.

Abundance: A psychic woman told me to never sell this painting as it was my soul. Needless to say, I still have it.

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