Adventures of Tara
Luna and Sol
Andrea loves patterns and colours in nature, textiles and art. Working with glass and with polymer clay, allows her to create jewellery, functional and decorative pieces in a wonderful array of colours and patterns.
Andrea is largely self taught and she continues to develop her skills and knowledge through trial and error along with the help and generosity of spirit of other artists.
Gina Calander is the lovey sculptor behind Freerange Projects.
Gina creates masterpieces from found objects such as barbed wire, sheets of metal and mattress springs.
Gina was our Winter 2016 Artist-in-Residence and you can catch her smiling face at Foundry on a Tuesday.
Tales of Blue roan
Robyn Hermans spins, eco dyes and hand knits beautiful warm beanies to keep your head cozy.
Nicole Kidd specialises in quirky, funky, rustic and one-of-a-kind leather products. She has been experimenting with leather sewing for over seven years, starting out with a hole-punch and some thread, then working her way up to an industrial sewing machine. From little baby booties to wallets and bags.
D e e v a
Julia Trezise is inspired by nature and things unseen; by the innocence and fun in children. She uses found objects, recycled fabric and wood with which she creates jewellery and sculpture that delight children and adults alike.
The whimsical trees are a real crowd-hit!
little red cat
Melanie Murphy uses elegant line work and simple pattern to create a range of whimsical imagery inspired by illustrations of yesteryear.
Available in various forms such as greeting cards, cushions, hoop frames, traditional frames and badges.