Native Circles

Native Circles by Emily Robyn Archer
Native Circles are a set of simple illustrations that create space for nature connection and self reflection in our living space. Native Circles are available as an interactive wooden wheel that can be placed on a table or hung on the wall or as a limited edition print on Conqueror laid paper to be framed.

A new especially designed stand to hold the printed ‘wheels’ is hand crafted by carpenter Barry Rogerson using Sycamore wood from County Wicklow. This stand allows you to interact with the wheel by turning it with the moving season or cycle. Each stand has space for 3 wheels allowing you to build up a collection of your favourite cycles.

Native Circles invite us to slow down to check in on the moon phases or reflect on the seasonal changes around you. These cycles can offer us perspective, flow and a sense of grounding in the world around us.

Think of them as a field guide to a simpler life more connected with the wonder of the natural world.

Unique Elements • Hand Drawn by artist Emily Robyn Archer • Created in Dublin 8 • Consciously produced • Interactive, collectable set • Native Irish tree planted for every set purchased • Special Edition, Bespoke Wood Set, handmade by carpenter Barry Rogerson

Wheel is 30cm diameter on 4mm birch plywood. Limited-edition Sycamore stand is recommended.

Special introductory price. Prices are subject to change.

Emily Archer

Emily is an environmental artist based in Dublin. She is a graduate of the National College of Art & Design where she studied Fine Art -Printmaking. Her work has been recently added to the prestigious National Public Collection by the Office of Public Works. Native Circles is her first design project. 

market dates | Thur 13th - Sun 16th December

price range | €30 – €70
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