MADE WITH GRACE
Beautiful, hand-formed ceramic pieces made by the wonderful and talented Grace - who is only 17 years old!
ANGELINE VAN BERKEL
Angeline spends a lot of time working on the land and has many nature based recreational pursuits. Much of her creative inspiration she finds comes from nature. Working with many mediums, she loves working with clay, as its malleable quality allows her endless creativity with shape, pattens and textures.
LISA TIMMS stevens
Lisa Timms Stevens' sculptural figures are grounded but vulnerable, stylistic but graceful, emerging from the clay as though from the past, hence the names of Greek goddesses. Lisa develops them spontaneously using small pieces of rolled-out clay, while the heads are formed in moulds she has created.
Melanie Anderson makes one of a kind ceramics using fine porcelain and stoneware.
These pieces are hand formed and delicately painted with designs inspired by local native plants.
The natural distinctive pattens in these reclaimed hardwood stools (Australian wormy chestnut) means no two stools will be the same, but still sit so well together or with other wooden furniture made out of palle leather and high-denisty foam for your comfort!! Created by Drew of Wharfside Workshops
Beautifully patterned and completely unique to the wood they are made from, these recycled hardwood chopping broads are the creations of Noel Richmond. Shaped and finished in there own way they would be a gorgeous asset to any any kitchen or home bar.
These locally crafted wooden bowls, plates, pens and much much more are the amazing creations of one of our talented local wy yung teens who is aspiring to be a carpenter.
TALES OF BLUE ROAN
THREE HOPPY BIRDS
Kate is a sculptor and visual artist who addresses themes of materialism and consumerism by using discarded materials. Her copper animal brooches are extra special! Featuring Native Australian Fauna they literally walk [and fly!] out the door.
LUNA AND SOL
Marlo & the sailor
ROCKS & STONES
THE PALLET MAN
Uneek Soaps speak for themselves palm oil free locally produced
Penny's Candles are not only Beautiful, smell amazing and are handmade, they are the by product of a much greater purpose... The Australian Bee Population!!! Penny decided to keep bees out of concern for their plight and in doing so found the benefits to be vast. These of course are access to excess honey (taken to stop swarming), their wonderful job of pollinating penny's garden and of course bee's wax which penny wanted to utilise so these lovely candles were brought into existence.
ROBYN SPINS & KNITS
Robyn Hermans spins, eco dyes and hand knits beautiful warm beanies to keep your head cozy.
Penny Grey’s hats are useful, sustainable, fashionable and fun.
Made from upcycled tea-towels and other funky fabrics, they are also super-quick sellers!