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KAYLA REAY- Tea Towel- Major Mitchell's Cockatoo

KAYLA REAY- Tea Towel- Major Mitchell's Cockatoo

Regular price $35.00 AUD
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This soft and durable tea towel features a Pink Cockatoo (formally known as the Major Mitchell's Cockatoo) perched amongst Australian native flowers. Printed on Australian Certified Cotton, this tea towel measures 50x65cm.

It can be framed as wall art or displayed as a wall hanging, or simply used as a tea towel. The fabric has a tag with care instructions and a corner tab for easy hanging. Each tea towel comes folded to roughly a 18x22cm size and packaged in a belly band. The back of the belly band features an artist bio. Australian made - Designed in Sydney and printed in Melbourne.

My illustration is printed onto top quality Australian Certified Organic cotton. The tea towel has a tag with care instructions and a corner tab for easy hanging. 

Size: 50x70cm

This size means it's easy to fit in a frame if you choose to hang it as an artwork instead of using it as a tea towel!


-Cold machine or hand wash

-Wash dark colours separately

-Do not bleach

-Warm iron

-Do not tumble dry

-Do not dry clean

*Please note that colours in real life will not exactly match those you see on your screen. 

All artwork is copyright.




Hi, I'm Kayla!

I'm a life-long bird fanatic currently residing in the Illawarra, NSW, Australia. Through purposeful pencil strokes and eye-catching colours, I create pieces that celebrate the diversity within Australia’s flora and fauna.

My creative drive developed during my childhood in Wollongong, where I spent lots of time creating alongside my mother, exploring my natural world and bush walking. I remain an avid hiker and continue to take inspiration for my artworks on each of my daily walks.

Creating is meditative for me and I always do so alongside an oversized cup of tea and my budgerigars, Buckwheat and Farro. 

I completed my Bachelor of Design in Visual Communication in 2020 at the University of Technology, Sydney.

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