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Made using sustainably sourced Australian native timbers, by local designer Benjamin McGreevy of Oak & Hide.
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Illustration print on Hahnemuhle bamboo paper using Epson archival inks, by Melbourne artist Renee Treml.
Hand embellished limited edition print with gold leaf and ink, by Melbourne artist Renee Treml.
100% linen, individually screen-printed cushion cover with side zip. Artwork design by Esmae Bowen, from the Hopevale Arts Centre.
Created using traditional woodturning techniques, this stunning piece is part of the collection by Allan Dickson, a member of the Woodturners Society of Queensland.
Handwoven twine, raffia and seed basket by Paula Savage, MOA Arts, Torres Strait.
Husque bowl made from recycled macadamia nut shell, by Brisbane designer Marc Harrison.
Kirralee & Co
A hanging vase which has been especially designed to hold any stem of fresh, dried or paper flower and a light weight drawing or photo.
Handmade brass vase with silver solder, buffed to a matt finish by Anna Varendorff in Melbourne.
Beautifully crafted hand built pot, made from local Earthenware clays and handmade raku glazes, by NSW based artist Amanda Bromfield.
Hand crafted, wheel thrown ceramic vessel with black sgraffito glaze, by Sydney artist Murray Topham.
Hand crafted, wheel thrown ceramic vessel with black and blue sgraffito glaze, by Sydney artist Murray Topham.
Inspired by seeds’ ability to carry information around the world, they are created with love and care by Brisbane artist, designer and ceramist Dr Virginia Jones in her home studio....
Being both decorative and functional, these unique coasters are created by local Brisbane glass artist Gayle Shaw in her home studio.
Created by local Brisbane Glass artist Gayle Shaw in her home studio.
With or without flowers this unique hand turned Camphor Laurel vase is a beautiful addition to any home.
Clear glass tumbler with hand etched unique design on surface by Brisbane artist Aaron Micallef.
Beautifully crafted hand built pot, made from local white Earthenware clays and handmade raku glazes, depicting blue-faced Honey eaters by NSW based artist Amanda Bromfield.
100% cotton tea towel. Artwork by Solomon Booth of MOA Arts Centre, Torres Strait.
100% linen, individually screen-printed cushion cover with side zip. Artwork design by Daisy Hamlot, from the Hopevale Arts Centre.
100% linen, individually screen-printed tea towel. Artwork design by Daisy Hamlot, from the Hopevale Arts Centre.
100% linen, individually screen-printed cushion cover with side zip. Artwork design by Grace Rosendale, from the Hopevale Arts Centre.
Limited edition Ekka inspired magnets. An Artisan at the Ekka collaboration with illustrations by Brisbane based artist Pru Morrison.
Tjanpi Desert Weavers
Beautifully hand-woven using raffia, wool and desert grasses gathered from sacred sites by Artist Erica Shorty of Tjanpi Desert Weavers.
100% cotton tea towel. Artwork by Jean Tamwoy of MOA Arts Centre, Torres Strait.
Wheel-thrown hand painted flat based porcelain vessel, by Brisbane artist Ronelle Clarke.
Porcelain sculptural dish hand formed using various moulds, by Brisbane artist Pru Morrison.
Wheel-thrown with original hand painted designs, by Queensland visual artist Nadine Sawyer.
Tasmanian Huon Pine, hand turned and finished with a spirit based green stain on base and edge, by Brisbane artist Len Turner.
Hand-knitted premium acrylic yarn cactus garden, by Brisbane textile artist Millie Radovic.
Hand-knitted premium acrylic yarn standing cactus in timber bowl, by Brisbane textile artist Millie Radovic.
Premium acrylic yarn hand-knitted cactus garden, for wall or table feature, by Brisbane textile artist Millie Radovic.
Shawnee Made & Found
Handwoven with love and care by Shawnee Dean, this wallhanging is made from sheeps wool and alpaca on a cotton warp.
Created with superior craftsmanship, this beautiful jarrah apple shaped box is ready to store all your treasures.
Solid Brazilian Quartz lid, hand-finished to fit machined aluminium base, by Brisbane maker Kate Smith.
A minimalist wall vase designed to hold any stem of fresh flowers or a living plant. The clean shapes allow it to suit just about any decor.
Black and white hand blown unique lathe cane cut glass vessel by Brisbane glass artist Joanna Bone.