Our artists

Rebecca Hartman Kearns

Rebecca Hartman Kearns, a graduate of the South Australian School of Art, is an exciting artist working in the field of glass. Rebecca has exhibited in a variety of national galleries such as Adelaide Festival Centre, Jam Factory Contemporary Craft...
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Amanda Louden

Amanda Louden has been working with hot glass since completing her degree in 1983. Whilst her main focus is in the decoration, Amanda continues to blow and form her own glass. She hires a hot glass studio for a few...
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Robin Wells

Robin Wells never could have imagined that the hours spent tinkering and creating alongside her dad in his workshop, making little objects from found bits and pieces, would manifest itself years later as a passion for making jewellery. These memories...
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Blue Lawn Designs

One half of Blue Lawn Designs, Chris McDonald attended the Melbourne College of Printing and Graphic Arts, completing a five-year apprenticeship in Screen Printing and Stencil Preparation. During the early 1970s he was apprenticed to Alf Evans of A Charles...
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Convict

Convict has created a range of unique handbags with Australia at its’ heart. Convict handbags are not only stop, look and ‘where did you get that’ pieces, they are beautifully designed and made in Australia, and tell a great Australian...
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Vectis Ori

Keith Terry is a retired Radiation Physicist who now spends his time travelling, playing golf, ballroom dancing and weaving. He lives in Shelley, a southern suburb of Perth, Western Australia. He became involved in weaving when his Japanes partner, who...
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Jane Burbidge

Jane Burbidge completed a 12 month course at TAFE in 1997, gaining a Certificate I and II in Art practice. Encouraged by her teacher, she continued with further studies, attending the University of South Australia from 1998-2000 and graduated with...
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Vivienne Jagger

From a background in industrial design, an on-again-off-again interest in ceramics, and a long love affair with glass objects, Vivienne Jagger began working in glass about five years ago. Vivienne says glass is “a medium that never fails to surprise...
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Narelle Pendlebury

Narelle Pendlebury is an established Western Australian artist with a background in Fine Arts and Art Education. She practices mainly in the areas of painting, textiles and ceramics. Her paintings include large abstract sea, cloud and waterscapes, as well as...
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Keiko Uno

The descendant of Samurai lords, Keiko Uno doesn’t need to look far to find reminders of her ancestors. The family’s castle ruins and UNESCO Heritage Listed shrine built around 90BC can still be found in Japan. However, the most telling...
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Emma Blyth

Emma Blyth’s love of Australia is obvious, and this has seen her travel much of it camping out of the back of a ute with a sketchbook in hand. The outback inspires her with its unique colours, remoteness and wildlife;...
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Tamara Dixon

Tamara Dixon’s inspiration comes from combining her European and African backgrounds. Her designs have shifted away from the emphasis of wealth and status that traditional jewellery offers, to an exploration of the simplicity of forms. In her design work, this...
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