our artists & makers

deborah mchugh

Deborah is a Geelong based artist and weaver working with refound, recycled and waste materials to make medium scale artworks.
Her process is an art of recovery, as a dormant material is awakened with skill and a playfulness.
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rohana holiday

Rohana is a Geelong based contemporary jeweller and object maker who creates one of a kind pieces of jewellery.

Rohana’s work focuses on form, texture and imagery. She enjoys looking into the symbolism of the creatures and plants she uses for inspiration, as well as using objects she finds on her adventures in nature. Her work often includes a subtle sense of humour and an enjoyment of the unexpected. Click on the image for more details.

teresa nunes

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.

mary-ellen belleville

With a treasure trove of bits and pieces, Mary-Ellen decorates paper mache mannequins that are in turn whimsical, elegant, organic, militaristic or simply fun.

Click on the image to find out more about this piece and other art pieces by Mary-Ellen. 


nyulla safi

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.

deb weston

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.

solart gallery

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.


Gatbi’s unique products are screenprinted and sewn by hand in Canberra.  Click on the image to check out their magpie doorstops in store.

katherine marmaras

Katherine’s art practice is process driven as she often finds herself losing all sense of time in the meditative act of random and repetitive mark-making which she utilises to invite the viewer to contemplate, reflect and to take a closer look. Objects found in nature and collected items are often repurposed and feature in her work in an unconventional and unexpected manner.  For more details, click on the image.