artists & makers
Myra is a contemporary abstract artist with a passion for colour. She enjoys creating vibrant and textural works of art and seeks to express emotion through her work. Click on the image for more details.
Nyulla is an Australian Army veteran who is drawn to the environment as her subject matter through an intuitive, art therapy-based approach for injuries sustained during her military service.
She works intuitively and is surprised by what appears as her hands move and her mind is immersed in the moment. Click on the image for more details.
Elena juxtaposes the complexity of human emotion with the simplicity of the singular line. Each brush stroke tells a story, shows an emotion and starts a conversation. Click on the image for purchase details.
Elena ensures each process is sustainable, each piece tells a meaningful story and each success is shared with her customers and those in need.
Working with alcohol and acrylic inks, Leela makes eye-popping vibrantly coloured art for your ears. Each piece is unique. Click on the image for more.
Deb Weston is a regional textile artist who reclaims unwanted carpet yarn from the rubbish tip to create #iwaslandfill yarn and products. Click on the image for more.
Helen Philipp is a Melbourne artist and maker, also known as hp woven, who draws her inspiration from the vibrant colours of the natural world. Weaving has become her passion in life. Click on the image for more. Helen is also the artist behind ‘Flotilla‘
Gatbi’s unique products are screenprinted and sewn by hand in Canberra. Click on the image to check out their magpie doorstops in store.
Teresa Nunes’ works explore texture and colour through different techniques like carving, clay staining and botanical dyeing using plants and food waste. Click on the image for more.