our artists & makers
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Based in Ballarat, Australia, Sonica works from her peaceful home studio.
Sonica considers herself an art admirer, nature lover and a passionate creator. Her love for vibrant and metallic colours comes from traveling, exploring new places and capturing the landscapes. She has a special interest in abstract expressionism.
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A self-taught multidisciplinary artist who creates digital abstract paintings with bright pops of colour or black and white patterns. Click on the image for more.
Alexandra is a Venezuelan born visual artist currently living in Sydney.
Through her photography Alexandra invites you to view things differently by finding the true beauty in the everyday. Click on the image for more.
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.
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.
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 more details on this and other art pieces by Elena.
Elena ensures each process is sustainable, each piece tells a meaningful story and each success is shared with her customers and those in need.
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.
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.
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‘ and was recently awarded the Yarra Sculpture Gallery Prize 2020 for her work, ‘Anemone Vessel’.
Gatbi’s unique products are screenprinted and sewn by hand in Canberra. Click on the image to check out their magpie doorstops in store.
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.