NOTE: The physical artisan store in Bowen Hills, Brisbane, is currently closed. We will reopen as soon as possible, in line with government advice regarding COVID-19.
Give the gift of handmade from the artisan store. The artisan store houses the work of more than 100 Australian designers and craftspeople.
Each piece of jewellery, ceramic, glass, fabric, weaving, ornament or object has been created using traditional artisanal skills or contemporary design and manufacture - mostly a delightful combination of the two.
There is nothing quite like seeing a handmade object in person. To be able to touch it, learn the story of its making and see it displayed alongside work from many talented creatives is truly something special. A visit to our King Street store offers that opportunity.
As a not-for-profit organisation created to support Australian craftspeople and designers, artisan operates our store as a way for us to support, share and promote the wonderful work being created in our community. So whether you are looking for a corporate gift, heartfelt memento or maybe a special treat for yourself, come and see us. Your purchase really does make a difference in the life of a maker.
Our store staff have extensive knowledge of our product ranges and the craftspeople that make them and can provide you with the stories behind the products.
Hand cut irregular domed studs dripping with large white baroque freshwater pearls. The domes featured a satin finish with polished edges. Measurements: total drop 38mm pearl 21x15mm .9mm thick earring...
These stunning extra large earrings feature extra large white baroque freshwater pearls drop from a large hammered and matt finished stud earrings. The earrings photographed are the pair you will...
Papa Tjukurpa represents a pivotal work for Donegan. In this work, the artist boldly deviates from his signature style of fastidiously detailed dot-work, in a breakthrough piece that is startlingly contemporary....
In this work, Chapman depicts the edible native succulent kalaru (samphire). Kalaru grows in abundance around the warla (salt lakes) and lyinji (clay pans) of Chapman’s Country. The plant sheds edible black seeds that are collected, rinsed many...