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Aspects of Kings Park - Valentine's Day Edition 2019
Margo Neale (Editor)
Two prominent local artists will be artists-in-residence in Aspects of Kings Park gallery shop over the coming weekends.
With the belief that 'life is too fleeting not to use beautiful things', Western Australian artist Melanie Sharpham has created a lifestyle tableware brand that brings whimsy and joy to every meal.
We love ethically made products with a quirky story – and Otto and Spike is a Melbourne company which certainly has a yarn to tell, so to speak.
Beachcombing, bushwalking and urban escapades are equally inspiring to jeweller Jen Banks, a city to coast covert who resides with her partner in a seaside New South Wales town.
The Aspects team is delighted to welcome Victoria-based Myrtle & Moss to the store – and we’re sure you will love it as much as we do!
Drawing inspiration from natural history and the Australian landscape, artist Edith Rewa has created a namesake line of textile homewares and silk scarves.
Aspects and Instagram are a match made in heaven! Follow @aspectsofkingspark to see the latest deliveries, what we’re loving, life in the park and peek behind-the-scenes.