ARTS & CRAFTS

​Select from the stallholders below to shop directly for your favourite products, or contact them to find out when they'll next be attending our market.

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Ana Jensen Ceramics

I am a full time potter living in the western district of country Victoria, Australia. I make a range of hand-thrown domestic ware for daily use, as well as some sculpture.  The domestic forms I produce - vases, bowls, milk jugs and platters - have a clean, contemporary style, reflecting my Danish background. They are glazed in a range of colours and fired in my gas kiln.

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Studio Smith Torquay

Studio Smith Torquay is where Marion Smith creates unique, Australian contemporary jewellery.
She is a silversmith who predominantly creates in sterling silver, enamel or mixed metals. Marion also paints landscapes in oils and acrylics.
 

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Plump Cushions

Limited edition homewares and loungewear handmade in Geelong. 

Repurposed natural vintage textiles for responsible living  ♻️ ... including hand- embroidered linen or cotton robes; hand-embroidered vintage linen tablecloths; and vintage linen cushions with Australian-made feather inserts.

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The Bearded Woodworker

Handcrafted beautiful items, including cutting boards, knife blocks, spoons/spatulas, cheese knives/slicers, coffee grinders, scoops & tampers, pizza cutters, ice-cream scoops, tongs, rolling pins, napkin holders, coasters, shaving brushes, pictures frames and blackwood clothes horse. Recycled or scavenged timbers are used, including Blackwood, Redgum, Victorian Ash, Myrtle, Huon Pine, Jarrah, Mulga, Cypress Pine, Yellow Gum, wattles, banksias, and fruit woods. Items are finished with different oils, depending on their use, to preserve the timber and bring out the colour. Contact me for unique orders.

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Mivart Creations

Minerva Lamorgese White, Italian mixed-media artist, children's book illustrator, based in Anglesea, on the Surf Coast. Her Mivart Creations brand brings Illustration to life, creating paper-machè, interactive sculpture and fine artworks. Mivart Creations aims to promote art, craft, illustrations and sculptures for every age group.  Minerva is keen to encourage environmental responsibility, designing her products with natural materials, organic fabric, recycled paper and plastic-free items.  Take a look at her original illustrations, books, fine art print, tea towels, cushions, home decor, lamps and handmade sculptures.  

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Handmade Tea Cosies

Take a look at my colourful teacosies. They are bright and cheerful as well as being practical and useful. These teacosies can be an accessory in your kitchen, as well as keeping your tea warm.

I have a variety of sizes of teacosies and teapots in stock, and I am happy to take orders.  Let me know what size and shape your teapot is and what colours you like.

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Kelli's Recycled Paper

Kelli recycles scrap paper into new sheets and each piece is individually made.  Sheets vary in colour, texture and size (up to A3 available).  Connect with her via Instagram to see a range of colours and options.

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Leversha Design

Each piece is hand formed to create unique naturally organic forms, which are then painted by hand. Loving to explore the old techniques of the past in ceramics, then adding my unique designs. All things old are new again. My hand painted and drawing are created one by one and are inspired by my love of nature and animals.

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The Boho Suitcase

Hey! I'm Lucinda and I'm the owner and founder of The Boho Suitcase! The Boho Suitcase project was born out of the idea that Bohemians would travel and not be locked down to anywhere, packing their most precious things in a suitcase and travelling from place to place.
We like to imagine the modern day Bohemian would have some of our handmade treasures in their bag of tricks!
We create journals, notebooks, and home decor from repurposed and found objects!

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Antje Collis - Artist

Antje’s keen powers of observation and irrepressible good humour allowed her to celebrate the natural world in vibrant and whimsical compositions. Antje has forged a successful career by depicting the amusing antics of chickens, cats, birds, quizzical owls and seahorses afloat in washes of blue green sea.  Flashes of gold punctuate her incredible works and complement her beautifully drawn flowers, musical instruments and aerial landscape drawings

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Coastal Tide Clocks

My recycled tide clocks track local tide times.  Great as gifts for beach walkers, to keep your shoes dry; the surfer in your family, so he knows when low tide is going to be; and the fisher folk who catch the most fish on the turn of the tide ... or just for fun.  Using CDs/DVDs destined for landfill, each clock features images that are either my photos or paintings. One less item for landfill and a clean ocean inspire me to create and educate on the wonders of our ocean's timing and patterns.

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The Bower Society

I am a ceramic artist and multidisciplinary designer. My love of hand-building ceramic functional ware combines these disciplines to make pieces that represent both form and function. Living on this extraordinary coastline, I am continuously inspired by and grateful for the natural world around me. Through this engagement, I shape earth and add fire, intentionally creating pieces to share, serve and appreciate.

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Three Bears 

Crocheted babies and children's goods. Handmade locally by Karen. Snuggles, buntings, uggs, beanie and more. Orders welcome.  

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Paidi Flynn Photographs

Geelong based photographer shooting predominantly landscape and nature centric work but with a passion for all kinds of photography and media.  For as long as a I can remember I've had an interest in taking pictures.  It's hard to pin point an exact moment that sparked my passion but if I had to guess I'd day a teacher let me borrow his copies of National Geographic in Grade One may have been a factor in developing my interest.