Collaborations | SomerSide




SomerSide values supporting Australian and International artists through seasonal product collaborations. We love transforming pieces of art into functional products. Take a look at some of the amazing artists we have worked with so far.


Meet Zac, the artist behind Saltwater Dreamtime. You may recognise his work from our previous collaboration, Aussie Dreamtime. With Torres Strait Islander heritage, Zac is deeply connected to his indigenous roots. Raised by the water, the ocean shapes his surroundings and holds profound significance in his cultural and spiritual beliefs, resonating through his art. Zac's artistic approach is a 'journey,' where each stroke reflects a traveled path.

Our Saltwater collaboration features circular sections symbolising groups moving between locations. This symbolism captures interconnectedness, highlighting the shared journey that binds us.


Painted by Murdie Nampijinpa Morris, a senior custodian and traditional owner of this land. She started painting in her 70's after feeling inspired by the other artistic women around her. Thank you Murdie for showing us that it is never too late to start following your dreams!

Her art tells a story of the wild dogs in her home country of Lajamanu, travelling from camp to camp, looking for food to eat. These stories have been passed down through generations and relate directly to the land, the features of the landscape and the animals and plants that inhabit it.


T’keyah Ware belongs to the Antikirinya/Wirangu peoples, she was born in Port Augusta in 2002 and grew up in Ceduna on the west coast of South Australia. After learning how to dot paint from her mother at age 15, T’keyah developed a painting practice inspired by her elders.

Camping under the Moonlight represents families sitting together around the campfire eating bush foods and sharing stories under the night sky and falling asleep under the beautiful moonlight.


Carolyn Gavin, a talented artist based in Toronto, Canada, wears multiple hats as a painter, illustrator, and designer. Her artistic journey began in South Africa, before making Canada home with her family.

Being a flower child of the 60’s, Carolyn effortlessly weaves the spirit of that era into her artwork. Vibrant, playful and happy are perfect words to describe her style. Carolyn works in Gouache, water-colour, pen and ink, bringing her unique vision to life on canvas.


Born into a family where 'paint runs through their veins,' Natalie Jade believes art is a journey of self discovery and expression. As an Aboriginal woman nestled in the serene surroundings of Philip Island, she draws inspiration for her artwork from the celestial beauty of the Pleiades Star cluster, specifically the constellation of the Seven Sisters - a symbol that holds deep significance within Aboriginal culture.

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