Aaron Citti

Like most photographers Aaron loves travelling abroad to explore new landscapes offering something different from Australia, but finds his most satisfying work in capturing Australian landscapes in his own unique way.
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Alex Valero

Alex is a graduate of the University of South Australia where he completed a Bachelor of Visual Arts specialising in glass. Following his degree, he further developed his skills with the material by undertaking the two-year Associate Training Program in JamFactory’s Glass Studio.
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Alison Smiles

After undertaking one year at the Jam Factory as an associate, I have been fortunate enough to become a founding member of the group studio based in Croydon, called Six Hands studio, with fellow Ceramic artists, Stephanie James Manttan, and Sophia Phillips
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Andrei Davidoff

Andrei Davidoff is a ceramic artist and sculptor based in Melbourne, Australia.
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Glasshearts

Our Glasshearts are handmade with love; they are made from the finest glass at our Studio in the Adelaide Hills of Australia. Each heart is a work of art, individual and unique, making these beautiful hearts the perfect personal gesture, gift, memento or art piece.
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Hasa Design

Hasa is a Tasmanian timber gift and kitchenware company specialising in unique products.
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Laurel Kohut

Laurel Kohut has been working with glass for since 1999. After completing her undergraduate degree with honours (Applied Arts – Glass) at Monash University, she received a 2 year placement to work as a Design Associate at the glass studio at Jamfactory, South Australia.
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Llewelyn Ash

Llewelyn Ash has been working in Glass for five years, learning to blow glass at the University of South Australia. Being guided and mentored by Gabrielle Bisetto and tutored by Tim Shaw, Llewelyn created his own unique and distinctive style. Prior to discovering Glass he painted and created etching from drawings. He now incorporates his printmaking designs onto the glass using the graphic qualities of line to express ideas.
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Megan Weston

In early art history landscape was considered lower in status than portraiture, which patrons would pay much more for. With the absence of any other medium the wealthy employed leading artists of their day to record for posterity images of their families, homes even their favourite horses or dogs.
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Stephen Bowers

Stephen Bowers makes pottery that fires the imagination. He combines rich, modern life experiences with skills and traditions that stretch back thousands of years to create complex works full of wonder.
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Tamara Weiss

Sets of five wheel thrown vessels pushed together when the clay is still wet make a unique set that fit together as a group, and can also be separated, used and admired alone for the unique forms that they are. Due to the way these works are made every set is distinctly unique. (All ceramic pieces are microwave and dishwasher safe.)
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Workshop 85

Workshop 85 was formed by Sophia Emmett in Newcastle NSW in 2012.
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