The finest arts and crafts for sale and demonstration

The finest arts and crafts for sale and demonstration
from around Australia over four days
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Roses from the Heart
Wildlife Artist
PW Guitars, Devil Guitars Tasmania, Tarrant Guitars,
Tasmanian Violins and Tasmanian Tonewoods
contents
What to see - Where to eat
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Heritage Artist & Emerging Artist p04
Feature Artists
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Stall Directory
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Venue Map
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Entertainment Schedule
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Quilting Exhibition
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Premier’s Welcome
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Sculpting Demonstration
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Windows on the Arts (WOAD)
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Stallholder list
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TCF Awards
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Tasmanian Craft Fair 2014
October 31 – November 3, 2014
Fri, Sat, Sun: 9am-5pm, Mon 9am-4pm
Free shuttle bus service between venues
ENTRy FEES
•Adult$15
•Adultweekendpass$25
•Child(10-16)$7
•Childweekendpass$10
Entry fee provides access to all venues.
Tickets may be purchased at any one of the gates
during the event.
All Craft Fair inquiries should be made to the
Secretary,0411116480.
Program design: The Examiner
From the TCF Director
I am delighted to welcome you to
the Tasmanian Craft Fair 2014. From
humble beginnings in the 1980s, the
TCF has developed a reputation both
nationally and internationally as one
of the most prestigious celebrations
of fine art and craftsmanship in
Australia. We are proud of our focus on excellence and our ability to
attract artists and crafts people of the highest calibre to showcase
their trades, arts and handicrafts in our beautiful town.
This year’s event features luthiers Billy Tarrant, Bruce Trappes, PW
Guitars and Adam Edwards. Each instrument maker brings their own
unique knowledge and inspiration to their craft. We are also featuring
Robert MacMillan, who sources fine Tasmanian tonewoods.
Our Emerging Artist for 2014 is wildlife artist, Robin Wingrave. Robin
has recently returned from the island of Rodrigues where he was
commissioned to record the return of the giant saddleback tortoise.
New to this year we are welcoming a Heritage Artist. Dr Christina Henri
is the inaugural Heritage Artist. Christina is renowned worldwide for
her work Roses from the Heart which explores the history of convict
women in Australia.
Other highlights at this year’s Fair include the Rotary Textile Quilting
Exhibition, former Emerging Artist Michael Thomson demonstrating
steam bending as well as plenty of activities for the whole family.
The annual Awards for Excellence will be presented on October 31,
including the $10,000 Premier’s Award, which is an acquisitive award
open to all stallholders.
With each year we strive to deliver the best experiences for fairgoers
and stallholders alike and this year we are conducting some research
to find out a little bit more about your experience at the Tasmanian
Craft Fair, why you come along and what you would like to see at the
event. I hope you enjoy the fair as much as the Craft Fair committee
and I enjoy bringing it to you.
Maree Matanle
CRAFT FAIR DIRECTOR
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WHAT TO EAT:
TCF2014 features a range of activities
for all ages. A fleet of free buses will
operate continuously between the
venues, allowing you to get around
the Fair with ease.
Venue 1
Highlights of this year’s Fair include:
Venue 2
FEATURE ARTISTS: Luthiers - Venue 1
Billy Tarrant, Bruce Trappes, Adam Edwards and
PW Guitars. These instrument makers will be
demonstrating how to create the instruments
that allow others to create. Learn about
Tasmanian tonewoods from Robert MacMillan.
EMERGING ARTIST: Robin Wingrave - Venue 5
Robin will be showcasing his stunning wildlife
artworks and demonstrating his amazing
techniques.
Performing Arts Centre:
Velocci Coffee: coffee, tea, hot chocolate, brownies and cookies
Tiger Hill Cafe: snacks, light lunch, toasted sandwiches, house made pies,
plunger coffee, tea
Bowls Club: toasted sandwiches, Devonshire Teas, saveloys, fruit salad
and cream
Venue 5
KiaOra Pizza: selection of woodfired pizzas
Festival Mushrooms: tempura mushrooms;
Tassie Sweet & Savoury Stix: potato twists, churros, soft drinks
Langdale Farm: pork sausages
Lions Club of Deloraine: hamburgers, steak sandwich, egg and bacon
sandwiches, saveloys, cold drinks
HERITAGE ARTIST : Christina Henri - Venue 2
Come along and get up close and personal with
the women who shaped Australia in this very
special exhibit.
Velocci Coffee: coffee, tea, hot chocolate, brownies and cookies
Sculpting artist: Michael Thomson - Venue 7
Michael will be creating a special sculpture
during the Craft Fair. See Michael at work and find
out how he does it.
Seven Sheds Brewery: Kentish ale, sparkling dry cider
Quilting challenge: Venue 5a
Come and see the Rotary Textile Challenge exhibit.
Venue 7
GOURMET FESTIVAL AND PANTRY: Venue 5
Some of Tasmania’s finest producers will be on
show – come along and enjoy lunch, or browse
the stalls for some yummy goodies to take home.
Deloraine Show Society: hot chips, steak sandwiches, hamburgers, egg
and bacon rolls, kransky (smoked or cheese), vegetarian pasties, chicken
and camembert pies, sausage rolls, wedges, sandwiches, cakes, hot and
cold drinks
CHILDREN’S ACTIVITIES: Venue 5 & 8
Take some time out in the open spaces of Rotary
Park, have something to eat and challenge the
kids to Zorb Ball, fishing and archery at Venue 8.
Plus face painting at Venue 5.
TAKE A BREAK: Venues 5 & 7
The Australian Breastfeeding Association will
again provide a relaxing haven for families at
Venue 5 (Community Complex) and Venue 7
(in the Showgrounds secretary’s office).
Sponsors
The support of our sponsors is vital to making the Tasmanian Craft Fair
a success. We would like to thank the following supporters for their
contributions: The Tasmanian Government, Rotary Club of Deloraine,
Craft Arts International, Brown Brothers and Devil’s Corner, Bendigo
Bank - Deloraine & District Community Branch, Casella Wines, Step
Forward Orthotics, Tasmanian Alkaloids and iHealth Saunas. Thank you
to our media partners, The Examiner and Southern Cross Television.
Mount Gnomon Farm: pulled pork tacos, smoky beef burger, charcuterie
Pig and Fig: Tasmanian pork loin steak served hot off the grill in fresh bread
with a fig and apple glaze, mesculin greens and sour cream and chives
Moo Brew: range of Moo Brew beers
Native Point Wine: Tasmanian premium wines
Tasmanian Chilli Beer Co: non-alcoholic handcrafted beverages
Showground:
Venue 8
[email protected] Tas Pty Ltd: local crayfish bisque, pan seared Stanley
scallops with Pernod, cream and fresh parsley sauce, char-grilled
octopus with basil pesto and balsamic reduction
Tas Game and Gourmet: abalone, scallop or game souvlaki, game burgers,
smoked venison cheese kransky, cheese wraps, wedges, Hartz cordial
Moss-side Berries Pancake Van: fresh cooked pancakes topped with
blueberry and raspberry sauce and ice cream
Van Diemen’s Land Creamery: gelato and ice cream served in a cup or
cone and milkshakes
Glennroys: hot and cold coffee beverages
Diamond Dynasty Pty Ltd: dim sims, prawn toast, honey chicken, fried rice
Woodfirefoods.com.au: Portuguese basted chicken, kebabs, ribs
Pagan Cider: apple and cherry ciders
Henry’s Ginger Beer: ginger beer
Laziko Kebabs & Gozleme: kebabs
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WHAT TO SEE:
HERITAGE ARTIST
Christina Henri
Christina Henri brings to life the stories of our convict
past through the creation and collection of convict
bonnets. With over 23,500 in her collection, Christina
takes you back in time and introduces you to the
women who shaped Australia.
Christina Henri’s Roses from the Heart installation
examines the exploitation of mainly white ‘slaves’ convict women - and considers the contemporary
exploitation of humans, especially female workers, via
sweatshops in the manufacturing industry.
Christina encourages Craft Fair attendees of all ages to
contribute to the collection by purchasing products and
materials from the Fair to create bonnets. Bonnets given
to Christina will be added to the collection.
‘Some of the most prized bonnets have been made by
children. Their unique and creative take on the bonnet
can often be truly stunning’, says Christina.
Christina deliberately chooses to invite personal tributes
to be made rather than mass orders so that each bonnet
is a testament to the individuality of the woman for
whom it is created.
Each year the Craft Fair director chooses selected artists
to exhibit. Craft Fair director Maree Matanle is delighted
to bring Christina’s work to Deloraine to be part of the
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fair and believes it will be of great interest to fairgoers.
emerging ARTIST
feature ARTISTs
Luthiers
Talented wildlife artist Robin Wingrave reinterprets
nature through charcoal and watercolour. From a
very early age, Robin felt a strong connection to the
natural world and would spend all his time sketching
the plants and animals in the countryside around his
home.
Starting out in
1999 as the Artist
in Residence at
the renowned
Silky Oaks Lodge
in the Daintree
region of Northern
Queensland, Robin’s
work soon became
recognised by fellow
artists and the local
community. In the
following years he
went on to exhibit at
various venues and
wildlife orientated
conferences in the
region.
In 2002 Robin was
invited to hold
his first overseas
exhibitions at some
of the major zoos
Wildlife artist Robin Wingrave
in North America.
Robin’s work has been showcased at the famous San
Diego Zoo and also the Oregon, Rhode Island and
Seattle zoos.
After some encouragement from a fellow artist,
Robin made what was to be a natural transition into
both watercolour and oils. In 2004 Robin travelled
as the field artist to Papua New Guinea on three
expeditions with the Rhode Island based Tree
Kangaroo Conservation Program resulting in his
work appearing in the books, “Quest for the Tree
Kangaroo” .
Robin has recently returned from the island of
Rodrigues where he was commissioned to produce
watercolours of the saddleback giant tortoise.
Robin’s passion and respect for nature, along with
his captivating and inspiring artistic sensibility
ensure that a Robin Wingrave original will make a
fine addition to any art collection.
Tarrant Guitars
Billy Tarrant creates a wide range of guitars in
all different shapes and sizes including 6, 8, and
12 string acoustic, hollow neck weissenborns,
ukuleles and irish bouzoukis.Tarrant Guitars are
played both in Australia and overseas and are
built to handle the home, serious stage work
and the studio.
Devil Guitars Tasmania
A change in lifestyle allowed Bruce Trappes from
Devil Guitars Tasmania the opportunity to follow
his passion for music. By popular demand Bruce
evolved his other Tasmanian small business to
focus on making quality traditional instruments
for popular bluesmen throughout the world.
PW Guitars
With a combined history of over fifty years
working with fine Tasmanian timbers, Matt
and Steve from PW Guitars bring a wealth
of knowledge to these exquisite and unique
timbers. This formidable team produce
instruments that inspire creativity and passion
in others. Matt and Steve walk the delicate line
between form, function, beauty and catastrophe.
Tasmanian Tonewoods
Robert MacMillan provides selectively harvested
and salvaged old-growth Tasmanian tonewoods
timbers and veneer supplies Australia’s largest
supplier of tonewood. Much of the wood Robert
sources comes from private land and would
usually be burnt as firewood or scrapped but is
instead up-cycled into fine musical instruments.
Tasmanian Violins
Tasmanian violin maker, Adam Edwards is
proud to present his range of handcrafted
instruments including violins, electric violins,
hardanger fiddles and viola d’ amores.
A Churchhill Fellow, Adam has created
instruments for some of the finest musicians
the world has known.
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Robin Wingrave
When you take some of the finest acoustic
timbers located right here in Tasmania and
place them in the hands of gifted craftspeople
the result is some of the best musical
instruments in the world. From cigar box
instruments through to lap-steels, six-string
guitars and bouzoukis there is sure to be
something to bring out your inner musician.
Whether you’re just starting out, or looking to
add a new axe to your arsenal you will be sure
to find something that fits your needs.
stallholder DIRECTORY - By Venue
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Venue 1
Performing Arts Centre 101 Kath & Neil Goodall
P.O. Box 206 Mt Barker SA
(08) 8388 9102
Handcrafted silver and gold jewellery
- bracelets, necklaces, earrings, rings,
torques, brooches
102 Rhonda’s Art Rhonda Garward
14 Bourbon St, Wyoming NSW
0412 007 448
Watercolours, mixed media and silk
paintings, prints, cards and bookmarks
103 Dolls-N-Things Barry Hingston 19 Van Diemen Ave, Summerhill Tas (03) 6343 6635
Rag dolls, dolls clothes, accessories,
cottage craft
104 Wickando Candles Tracey Bransden 326 Kelcey Tier Rd Spreyton Tas
0439 988 893
One hundred percent natural soy candles,
melts, reed diffusers, palm wax candles,
tin and jar candles
105 Gift of the Gab (Jewellery & Handcrafts) Gabrielle Writer 56 Earlsfield Rd, Hampton Vic 0412 402 715
Pen ink drawing - stationery cards,
bookmarks, notepads, diaries; jewellery
range features original designs, and
designer fabrics
106 Wolf Drums and Flutes
Graeme Hadfield
P.O. Box 172, Kingswood NSW
(02) 4731 1019
Native American style flutes and drums,
Siberian and Sami style drums, dream
catchers, rattles
107 Glass Manifesto Anne Clifton & Peter Bowles P.O. Box 79, Cygnet Tas 0427 146 531
Handmade glass - contemporary chevron
beads and jewellery
108 Ripping Yarnz
Rita Power
230 Lowana Rd, Gunns Plains Tas 0407 088 773
Textiles - spinning, dyeing, knitting, dry
needle felt, bags, shawls, needlefelt shoes
109 Butterfly from Ashes Rebecca Jory
715 Station St, Box Hill Vic 0400 173 527
Beading, wire work, hand moulded silk
- jewellery, fascinators, headbands, clips
bridal wear accessories
110 Morley Leadlights Ruth Morley 133 Bayview Rd
Lauderdale Tas 0438 477 102
Leadlight mirrors, wall hangings, sun
catchers, window hangings
111 Shabana Jacobson Jewellery
Shabana Jacobson
421 Station St, Carlton North Vic 0405 044142
Handmade contemporary jewellery
112 Paintings by Rhyllis Rhyllis Chambers 4 Murfet Cres, Devonport Tas 0448 241 638
Paintings - watercolour and oils
113 Jennifer G. Frost P.O. Box 1131, Devonport Tas 0437931 281
Jewellery, spoons, bowls, wall panels in
mixed media, cards
114 Textile Artist June Hope
51 Risby St, Ulverstone Tas 0409 416 196
Handfelted wearable and visual art clothing, scarves, bags, small ‘jewellery’
items, framed felt visual art works
115 Candalaraine Alpacas Products
Lorraine Barnett 2035 Main Neerim Rd, Neerim South Vic 0429 260 669
Handmade Alpaca products - scarves,
gloves, shawls, sweaters, cardigans, sox,
berets, toys
116 Gayetha Designs Gaye Townley 50 Loatta Rd, Lindisfarne Tas 0407 335 843
Lampwork and beaded necklaces,
bracelets, earrings, pendants, bookmarks,
keyrings, hair clips, beaded and knitted
scarves and Christmas decorations
117 More Than Skin Deep Eraine Reid 21 Pregnells Rd, Allens Rivulet Tas (03) 6239 6011
Natural skin care range, essential oils,
massage oils, handmade natural soap, bath
and shower products, gifts
118 Chris Mitchell
Woodturner/craftsman
111 Pine Rd, Penguin Tas 0400 391 289
Woodturned homewares, turned
furniture - tables, stools, lamps
119 Group Dimension Jane Hofto
1/135 Malunna Rd, Lindisfarne Tas 0477 429 157
Individually handcrafted earrings,
pendants, brooches, bold colours,
original designs
120 Stitched By Me Denise Bakes 14 Serre Rd Kingston Tas 0407 396 945
Heirloom sewing, smocking - babies,
children and adult garments;
embroidered blankets. Smocking kits
121 Tarrant Guitars Billy Tarrant 29 Nyora Crt Miandetta Tas 0409 176 761
Handmade acoustic guitars
122 PW Guitars - Matthew Pavey P.O. Box 196 St Helens Tas
0417 427 534
Guitars and timber for guitars
123 Devil Guitars Tasmania Bruce Trappes
155 Paper Beach Rd, Swan Point Tas 0419 582 896
Cigar box guitars and stringed instruments
made from a variety of materials
124 Tasmanian Violins Adam Edwards
7 Rennie St, West Hobart Tas 0427 657 120
Violin making
125 Tasmanian Salvaged
Resurrection Timbers P/L
Robert MacMillan
26 Swan St, Bagdad Tas 0429 614 453
Supplier of musical instrument timbers
Deloraine Stringfest
Nick Weare
118 Emu Bay Rd, Deloraine Tas 0437 195 026
Tiger Hill Café Niecy Brown
Serving snacks and light lunch - toasted
sandwiches, house made pies, noodles,
cakes, plunger coffee, tea and berry
cordial using fresh and local produce
Velocci Coffee Carts - William Bufton 17 Belhaven Cres, Newstead Tas 0419 413 057
Coffee, brownies, cookies
Venue 2
Bowls Club 201 Lark Distillery - Bill Lark 14 Davey St Hobart Tas 0418 123 457
Tasmanian premium single malt whisky,
gin, vodka, liqueurs and spirits
202 Jude Artisan FashionJude Ng
1/1 Bayliss St Preston Vic 0408 800 992
Fashion and accessories (men and
women) - tops, dresses, vests, jackets,
skirts, pants, leather bag, purses, jewellery
203 The Owl and the Pussy Cat
Stephen & Jan Blakeney 557 Weetah Rd, Weetah Tas 0439 421 911
Custom made Tasmanian fine timber
furniture and accessories; fabric art cat
sculptures
204 Creations by
Bobbie Mac
Bobbie McLean
10 Columbus Drv, Blackstone Heights Tas 0415 501 312
Scented soy wax candles, reed diffusers,
heat pillows, dish cosies
Stallholder and venue information correct at time of printing.
205 Leadlight by Design - Sandra Stening
56 Jane St Bracknell Tas (03) 6349 1128
Leadlight - lamps, suncatchers, candleholders,
mirrors. Handspun 100% alpaca yarn and
handknitted scarves and mittens
206 Carmen Reuter Art
Glass Jewellery 2567 Wilmot Rd, Devonport Tas (03) 6492 1368
Glass and sterling silver jewellery and
decorative and functional objects
207 The Little Chopper Craig Cashion 11 Van Gogh Crt, Newnham Tas 0408 384 595
Tasmanian timber cutting and cheese
boards, lazy susans Christina Henri Bonnets
Lace Makers Guild Deloraine Bowls Club Toasted sandwiches, Devonshire Teas,
saveloys, fruit salad and ice cream,
hot and cold drinks
Venue 3
St Mark’s Church
Visit the Floral Display provided by
various Deloraine organisations, in this
heritage church, built in 1859. Guide
Books are available for a donation,
and please ring the bell as you leave.
Everyone is welcome to our Sunday
service of Holy Communion at 9.00am.
Venue 4
Community Shed A workshop facility where men and
women learn, share and improve their
woodworking skills.
Venue 5
Community Complex
500 World of Marbles - Jan Clay 34 Main St, Sheffield Tas 0427 268 484
Art glass marbles, glass jewellery, oil
paintings, kinetic sculptures, marble runs
501 Sashiko Design Kyomi Reid P.O. Box 317, South Hobart Tas 0417 597 539
Textile and leather handbags, cosmetic pouch,
brooch, card, fabric buttons, sunglass case
502 Clifford How Fine Art
59 Benvenue Rd,
St Leonards Tas 0417 510 598
Oil and wax paintings, Tasmanian landscapes
503 Ishshoes
Margot Beckett 1055 Colac-Lavers Hill Rd
Barongarook Vic 0408 386 559
Leather Footwear
504 Spiral Creations Jewellery Knut Mueller
28 Cecilia St, St Helens Tas 0438 636 100
Tasmanian made jewellery - silver, gold,
palladium, titanium, and gemstones
505 Bismarck Metalcraft
Ken Bradford 6 Grigg St, Deloraine Tas
0407 390 211
Knives, cutlery, hunting knives, giftware,
pewterware
505 Snake Artist Bill Flowers 21 William St, Devonport Tas 0408 541 195
Painting and printmaking - paintings,
prints, t-shirts, postcards
507 Smitten Merino Carl Mason 85 Channel Hwy, Taroona Tas 0408 094 594
Merino wool clothing - dresses, tops, pants,
skirts, scarves
508 Joanna Gair Paper Studio
15 Waverley Rd, Don Tas
0405 742 174
Handmade Tasmanian paper, stationery,
greeting cards, artworks, prints
509 ThomasWestra Lisbeth Westra
5 Shelley Rd, Moruya NSW
0434 114 212
Metal sculptures
510 Red Parka Designs Jennifer Cossins 26 Mungala Cres., Devonport Tas 0406 090 818
Illustrated books, greeting cards, art
prints, giftwrap and a range of illustrated
homewares and jewellery
511 John Hablitschek P.O. Box 124 Randwick NSW
0412 746 036
Handcrafted jewellery, paintings
512 Arcana Kaleidoscopes
Robert Cook & Jocelyn Teh
217 Auburn Rd, Hawthorn Vic 0412 288 547
Handcrafted brass and copper
kaleidoscopes; jewellery and fossils
513 Joanne Mitchelson, Fine Art
& Harp Music 30 Five Acre Row, Westbury Tas 0408 133 151
Original paintings, limited edition prints,
gift cards and Tasmanian watercolour
landscapes, 2015 calendars
514 Sonja C
Sonja Cook P.O. Box 134, Franklin Tas 0438 177 977
Leather handbags and accessories
515 Latitude 40
Stephen Mason 10 Martin St, Whitemark Tas 0427 596 526
Wool filled quilts, pillows and underlays
516 Ditchfield Designs
Jan Ditchfield 5 Glasgow Rd, Hawthorndene SA
(08) 8278 1614
Merino wool shirts, scarves, wraps; silk
scarves; patchwork pieces, christmas
cards using silk scraps
517 Mockingbird Glass - Greg Ash 128 Second Ave. Mt Lawley WA
0432 289 200
Glass (dichroic) jewellery, sculpture, wall
pieces, functional art glass objects
518 Robin Wingrave Wildlife Artist 5 Cherry Rd, Trevallyn Tas 0418 891 716
Oils and watercolour artist
519 Longbeach Wood Design Anthony Hoffrichter 5 Pink Lady Ln., Harcourt Vic 0412 898 928
Wood boxes, pens, wildlife and landscape
prints and cards
520 Inspiration Candles
- Maureen Bennetts 840 Frankford Hwy, Glengarry Tas
0423 113 741
Hand carved candles designed to burn
down the middle leaving the artwork
in place
521 Rina Art Jeanette James 84 Springfield Ave West Moonah Tas 0400 531 668
Contemporary and traditional aboriginal
shell and echidna quill jewellery earrings, bracelets, necklaces, fridge
magnets, gift cards
522 E-Sense Deborah Bower P.O. Box 167, Newtown Tas 0418 551 546
Tasmanian olive oil soap and skincare;
Organic herbal, green and black teas
523 Emily Snadden Design Studio 127, Salamanca Arts Centre 77 Salamanca Pl, Hobart Tas 0409 801 270
Handmade bespoke jewellery in silver,
gold and precious gemstones
524 Harper and Edie
Michele Taylor 306 St Helena Rd,St Helena Vic 0488 363 622
Handmade women’s clothing - skirts,
dresses, tunics, vests, tops, scarves
525 Joseph Austin 39 Moore Park Rd, Centennial Park NSW
0403 622 845
Etchings - framed and unframed, greeting
cards, calendars
526 Marlene Ray 751 Quamby Brook Rd Quamby Brk Tas (03) 6362 3062
Reclaimed timber furniture
527 Kai Kai Lyndelle Flintoff
95 Bones Rd, Bells Beach Vic 0409 350 931
Jewellery, rings, earrings, bracelets
529 Tasmanian Highland Art Anita Nelson 28 Lochiel Dr, Miena Tas
0427 546 006
Scrimshaw, jewellery, carvings, powder
horns, mammoth ivory handle knives
530 The Grace Collection - Grace Levis 42/193 Bilga Cres, Malabar NSW
0412 899 989
Shawls, wraps, tops, dresses, textile and
ceramic jewellery, ceramics
531 Dick & Dora Mel French 13 Keith White Cres, Mt Stuart Tas 0408 303 126
A collection of Christmas decorations
and statement hand finished jewellery
532 JEB Leather Jo Busby P.O. Box 21, Shoreham Vic 0421 189 501
Leather products - belts, journals,
musical instrument straps, card holders,
bookmarks, dog collars, hair hobs
533 Noox - Anouk Davie 19 Outram St, West Launceston Tas
0400 043 628
Polymer clay handmade beads and
silver wire jewellery - necklaces,
earrings, bracelets
534 Darren Meader Artworks 13 Galvin St, South Launceston Tas
0429 168 225
Original oil paintings (landscape and
urban scenes) cards and prints
535 Bonkers by Bettye
Bettye & Felicity Kamevaar
234 Tucker Rd, McKinnon Vic
0402 234 755
Boiled wool felt hats in style of 1920s and
1930s, cloche
536 Nic Daley Photography P.O. Box 273 Kings Meadows Tas 0418 244 621
Matted or fully framed landscapes
prints and canvases (film photography)
537 Silvermist Studio - Tim Peel P.O. Box 187 Healsville Vic 0412 405 220
Bespoke and handcrafted jewellery made
with precious and semi precious materials
- gemstones and precious metals
538 Sally Cassandra - Sally Elliss
Mount Nelson Tas
0438 835 966
Lace impressed porcelain homewares
such as vases, dishes, candle holders,
buttons, christmas decorations and
jewellery
539 Elliott My Dear
Sarah & Hamish Elliott 8 Clegg Rd Fern Tree Tas
0411 609 926
Oil paintings, giclee and hand coloured
etching prints, brooches, pocket
mirrors and other accessories
540 Simon Raffan 620 Weegena Rd Weegena Tas 0427 242 719
Tableware in wood and pottery,
furniture in driftwood and local
timbers, chairs
541 Belinda Kurczok Bird Paintings
30 Weld St, South Hobart Tas 0408 503 564
Bird Paintings Venue 5A
Rotary Pavilion
542 Cheri Woodfield 549 Dunorlan Rd
Dunorlan Tas 0429 019 542
Machine embroidery quilting - wall
hangings, tote bags, cushions
543 Creatively Belle
Belinda Stinson P.O. Box 1653 Bondi Junction NSW
0414 502 887
Handcrafted jewellery using porcelain,
freshwater pearls, artisan glass,
gemstones - necklaces, earrings,
bracelets, brooches, pendants, stands
Rotary Textile Challenge Quilts
544 So Indesign
Christina Jonsson
44 May St Kew Vic 0419 674 705
Women’ clothing dresses, skirts, tops
545 Bryan Pearce Skin Tanning 54 Main St Hadspen Tas
0417 552 331
Tanned skin products - vests, coats, hand
warmers, dusters, beanies, coat hangers,
slippers, mocassins, cushions
546 Gordon Harris Leadlight 347 Glen Osmond Rd Glen Osmond SA
0417 687 201
Stainglass lamps, giftware, jewellery
boxes, picture frames, christmas
decorations, hanging mobiles
547 Birds Bells Birds Gallery Brigita Lastauskaite
236 High St Kew Vic 0428 781 506
Ceramic bells and wind chimes
548 Glass of Fire Christine Stewart 1075 Valery Rd Valery NSW
0400 014 362
Fused and slumped art glass homewares,
dichroic glass jewellery, glass buttons
549 Secret Gully Puppets Heather Lawrence 8 Third St Warrandyte Vic 0411 639 4712
Unique and realistic Australian animal
puppets, handmade, specially composed
music for the animals, nature DVDs
filmed and created by us
Step Forward Orthotics iHealth Saunas 550 The Puzzle People - Glenn Noble P.O. Box 169 Richmond Tas 0408 132 908
Wooden puzzles - name, small and
large pegged, wooden jigsaw (12 to 216
pieces); photo puzzle
551 Lesley Chaston Artist 18 Calvert Pde Newport NSW
0450 358 101
Ceramic products, jewellery, paintings,
prints
552 Wendy Voon Knits Unit 2, 215 Nicholson St
East Brunswick Vic 0437 002 063
Knitwear - sculptural, handcrafted
scarves, wraps, jumpers, cardigans
553 Little Gifts for Little Ones Therese van der Aa P.O. Box 323 Kings Meadows Tas
0409 519 699
Baby shower and childrens gifts - hair
clips and holders, baby wipe cases,
nappy change clutches, baby blankets,
greeting cards, heat packs
554 Ocean Omegas - John Wells 1337 Coast Rd, Lady Barron Flinders Island Tas Soaps
555 Leesa Chandler Quilts and handbags
556 Fenwick Makepeace Studio 6 Charob Ave Lilydale Tas 0437 266 832
Functional and sculptural ceramic bowls,
platters, vases, decorative ceramic mouse
clocks and lights
Gourmet Pantry
570 Ashgrove Tasmanian Farm
Anne Bennett 6173 Bass Hwy, Elizabeth Town Tas 0439 996 565
Milk, cheese, cream, butter
571 Huon Pine Picnic Planks - Lizz Martin
25 Granquist Rd Woodbridge Tas
0408 732 215
Huon pine picnic planks (food platters),
almond and cranberry granolas, dukkah,
balsamic dipping sauce
572 Spreyton Cider Co. - Damien Viney P.O. Box 2010 Spreyton Tas 0448 421 004
Packaged alcoholic cider, fresh apple juice
573 Mandi’s Kitchen Gourmet Puddings Mandi Mellody 79 Hodder St East Brighton Vic
0410 579 797
Handmade boiled in cloth gourmet
puddings and dessert logs, brandy
butter, christmas cakes and puddings
574 The Art of Tea Samantha Brown 6/3 Mertonvale Crt Kingston Tas 0408 582 191
130 varieties of quality loose leaf black
and green tea, herbal infusions
575 Smoke and Spice Tasmania/Licorice
Rhonda Marshall 30 Drummond St Perth Tas 0438 981 815
Gourmet salt / long strip licorice
576 Trappers Hut Whisky
Jo Statham P.O. Box 222 Margate Tas
0407 870 977
Tasmanian Whisky, 150ml, 375ml and 700ml
bottles limited release single malt whisky
577 Cheesecake Baculo…on a stick
Melissa Burr
59 Tonganah Rd Scottsdale Tas 0427 833 904
Frozen Cheesecake on a stick - many
flvaours (choc-ginger, choc-mint,
raspberry, pumpkin pie)
578 Uncle John’s Fresh Licorice Catherine Jenner 8/19-23 Japaddy St Mordialloc Vic
0413 622 015
Freshly cooked traditional molasses
licorice, choc coated licorice, allsorts
579 Lets Go Nuts - Peter Terry 662 Nelson Rd Mt Nelson Tas 0410 486 116
Tasmanian grown nuts freshly roasted
- walnuts, hazelnuts, almonds, peanuts,
macadamias
580 Rotary Club of Youngtown
Ted Burton P.O. Box 155 Kings Meadows Tas (03) 6343 0639
Disaster Aid water filtration equipment
581 41o South Salmon & Ginseng Farm Charlotte Pyka 323 Montana Rd Deloraine Tas (03) 6362 4130
Hot smoked salmon - snacks, fillets, whole
and rillettes, ginseng spice and honey
582 Silk - Jane Lamont 59 Sorell St Chudleigh Tas 0429 976 785 Homemade Fudge
583 Southern Sky Gourmet Rodney Wyker 27 Montagu St Invermay Tas 0418 138 586
Cheesemaker - truffle, blue, wasabi brie,
persian fetta, flavoured club cheddar
584 Gourmet Morsels - Susan Lazar-Kopf
10 Goulburn Crt Caroline Springs Vic 0433 533 257
Herb and spice blends, dukkah blends,
coat and bake blends
585 MODO MIO Naked
Susanne Dobrowski
105 Tarleton St East Devonport Tas
0405 625 032
Multi award winning, couverture
chocolate brownies
586 R. Stephens Tasmanian Honey Shirley & Ian Stephens 25 Pioneer Dr Mole Creek Tas (03) 6363 1170
Honey and beeswax products 587 The Chilli Factory Marcel & Alex de Wit
1 Ironbark Rd Morisset NSW
0414 823 700
Gourmet Chilli range
588 Tasmanian Truffles Pty Ltd Henry Terry 844 Mole Creek Rd Deloraine Tas 0437 636 361
Truffle - chocolate balls, oil, honey, honey
mustard, salt, slices
589 Venus Confectionary - Susan Dennis
21 Ogilvie St Mt Stuart Tas 0427 287 009
Old fahioned sweets - fudge, coconut ice,
turkish delight, honeycomb, rocky road,
peanut brittle, sherbert cones, freckles,
novelty biscuits 590 Kosie - Kim Broomhall 53 Parsonage St Deloraine Tas 0408 103 024
Jams, relish, puddings
591 Nougat Limar - Luke Berenice
Lot 4, 6 Jusfrute Dr West Gosford NSW
0420 573 193
Pre-packaged, gluten free nougat
592 Country Larder Preserves Peter Longman 58 Belar St Howrah Tas 0401 284 474
Jams, conserves, relishes, chutneys,
mustards, oils, vinegars and christmas
cakes 593 Browns Bees - Debra Brown
109 Storeys Rd Broadmarsh Tas 0429 674 097
Pure Tasmanian honey, creamed honey,
beeswax candles 594 Nuts’n’more - Jym Tarrant 98 Alburys Rd Huonville Tas 0432 374 237
Gourmet flavoured, roasted and raw nuts
and nut products. Dried fruit, turkish
delight, dukkah, popcorn
595 Baked by Mum - Danielle Gleeson
1 Sir Kenneth Luke Blvd Mulgrave Vic 0413 412 604
Biscuits
596 Westbury Grove - Emma Clark 14 East St Westbury Tas 0438 297 775
Extra virgin olive oil, olive oil soap,
lip balm 597 The Fudge Factory - Garry Anstice P.O. Box 46 Warracknabeal Vic 0419 503 130
Handmade fudge, handmade boxes for
fudge - over 26 flavours 598 Tassie Taste Buds - Ann Dechaineux
3612 Channel Hwy Woodbridge Tas
0408 501 194
Chutney, vinegar, jelly fruit pastes,
condiments
599 Tacos de Pancho - Marcus Dornauf
41 Queechy Rd Norwood Tas 0418 376 706
Soft shell Mexican tacos and nachos,
gluten free and vegetarian options 600 Stonesthrow - Sarah Revell
55 Sanddown St Norwood Tas 0427 088956
Icecream cones, fresh fruit and cream
baked cheesecakes, cheese platters
601 Callipari Wine/Ned Kelly Red Michael Callipari P.O. Box 4051 Mildura Vic 0428 320 032
Boutique wines, fortified wines, red and
white spritzers
603 The Dog House Bakery - Adam Pike
P.O. Box 502 South Hobart Tas 0428 663866
Handmade all natural dog treats
604 Vienna Almonds - Walter Podlesny 21 Hove St Mt Martha Vic 0411 703 881
Sweet-As - George Smith 21 Spitfarm Rd Opossum Bay Tas 0429 161 220
Handmade rock candy
Tasmanian Chilli Beer Company Lydia Marino 32 Mathinna Rd Oyster Cove Tas 0421 850 415
Handcrafted, fruit-based, natural nonalcoholic drinks - raspberry, blackberry
sparkling, ginger beer, ginger chilli beer,
lime sparkling
Taz Face and Body Art Karen Witt
5 Kanangra Plc Summerhill Tas 0408 432 744
Face painting and balloon twisting
Lions Club of Deloraine Hamburgers, steak sandwich, egg and
bacon sandwiches, saveloys, cold drinks
Pig and Fig - Brian Sims P.O. Box 20 Claremont Tas 0417 887 319
BBQ pork loin sandwich with apple, fig
and apple glaze, sour cream and spring
onion dressing
Festival Mushrooms - Giovanni Bertelle 93A Old Road Franklin Tas 0437 755 241
Tempura mushrooms
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stallholder DIRECTORY - By Venue
Stallholder and venue information correct at time of printing.
stallholder DIRECTORY - By Venue
Langdale Farm - Oliver & Fiona Stocker 220 Glengarry Road Glengarry Tas
0404 095 590
Free range saddleback sausages
Mount Gnomon Farm Eliza Wood 886 Ironcliffe Road Penguin Tas 0499 698 999
Pulled pork tacos, smokey beef burger,
charcuterie platter
Tassie Sweet and Savoury Stix Jason Jones P.O. Box 103 Hadspen Tas
0407 336 726
Potato twists, churros, soft drinks
Daquiri Isle - Gabrielle Lucas 67 Seven Mile Beach Road Seven Mile
Beach Tas 0419 879 505
Frozen fruit slushies and smoothies, frozen
friuit cocktails, frozen chocolate, iced coffee
Seven Sheds Brewery - Catherine Stark 22 Crockers Street Railton Tas 0418 948 906
Craft beer brewing - Kentish Ale, Paradise
Pale, Razzamatazz, Willie Warmer, Elephants
Trunk and sparkling dry cider
Moo Brew - Jonathon Burridge P.O. Box 20 Bridgewater Tas 0400 006 431
Tasmanian craft beer - Moo Brew pilsner,
pale ale, hefeweizen, dark ale, belgo
Native Point Wines - Sheena High P.O. Box 714 Launceston Tas 0439 347 220
Premium Tasmanian wines
KiaOra Pizza - Kevin Barnett
48 Gravelly Beach Road Blackwall Tas
0429 620 995
Selection of woodfired pizzas
Velocci Coffee Carts - William Bufton 17 Belhaven Crescent Newstead Tas 0419 413 057
Coffee, brownies, cookies
Bag Ladies Tasmania - Katrina Thorpe 2 Eynens Rd Weetah Tas 0434 022339
Jute cotton bags
Venue 6
Ann Kearon Studio and Gallery 25 Meander Valley Road, Deloraine. Three
rooms of our house showing watercolours, oil
pastels and drawings varying in size and price
page 8
Venue 7
Quamby Pavilion
701 Design with Scarves
Michelle Davey 11 Berega St Howrah Tas 0439 380 844
Handmade scarves, bags, necklaces,
clothing
702 Babyscent - Natural Skincare Vana Borcich
14 Glendene Crt Werribee Vic 0413 000 676
Natural skincare - gentle wash, shampoo,
soaps, lip and foot balm, multipurpose and
face creams, mists, bath salts, bubble bath
703 Allen Pashai Wildlife Art 251 Carella St Howrah Tas 0431 046 705
Oil paintings - wildlife, drawings, prints,
greeting cards
704 The Australian Wheatbag Store
Asa Wassberg SA 0407 626 755
Wheatbags
705 Niai Design -Catherine Wisniewski
Hobart Bathurst St Post Shop,
P.O. Box 4724 Hobart Tas 0421 418 990
Wire wrapped jewellery using sterling
silver, copper and craft wire - pendants,
bracelets, brooches, pins
706 Bodhi Farm Organics
Tanya Schrama P.O. Box 762 Kingston Tas 0403 763 747
Dukkah - middle eastern dipping spice
(gluten and dairy free) made from roasted
nuts and seeds; handmade dukkah boards
707 Amanda Jammm - Amanda Graham 5/14 St. George’s Tce Battery Point Tas 0425 791 738
Handmade jams and jellies,
screenprinted linen tea towels, vintage
inspired aprons, aromatherapy
pillowmist and eye masks
708 Dolly Designs - Roslyn Briggs
81 Allumba St Howrah Tas (03) 6244 1060
Doll clothes, shoes, handbags,
headbands. To fit dolls 12” and 16” to 18”
709 Honey Tasmania
Rebecca Campbell 22 Quadrant Mall Launceston Tas 0438 570 719
Honey, beeswax candles, honey mead
710 Sarva Gata Handcrafted Australian
Jewellery - Wayne Cuthell
P.O. Box 111North Essendon Vic 0439 506 359
Handcrafted Australian silver jewellery
set with gemstones, pearls and shells
711 Nostalgia Tasmania
Adrienne Charles
P.O. Box 218 Claremont Tas 0401 300 710
Counted cross stitch kits of Tasmanian
icons, designed and produced by me,
key rings, cards, magnets, watercolour
paintings
712 Anna Jayne Designs Anna Yard-Cumming 22 McAulay Rd Sandy Bay Tas 0423 770 930
Adult wrap skirts, handbags, pencil
cases, toiletry bags, bibs, purses, plastic
wall décor - tractors and crowns,
reversible vests, childrens skirts and
dresses. Art display boards, cards
713 Corrugated Creations Gren Freeman 257 Carella St Howrah Tas 0406 705 345
Sculptured animals out of corrugated
recycled roofing iron - kookaburras,
pelicans, echidnas
714 The Gift Basket - Christine Turner 33 Trent St Youngtown Tas (03) 6344 5854
Cloth dolls, wooden toys, soft toys, bird
houses, doll houses, pin dolls (brooches),
bags, book marks, needle cases, pin
cushions, gift items
715 Tassie Essentials - Dorothy Rodgers Tas 0407 963 387
Skin care cream and aromatherapy
products - zea cream, pure essential oils,
natural vegetable soaps, eco-soy candles
716 Lime Design - Anne Langman
15 Gourlay St Blackmans Bay Tas 0413 745 574
Jewellery, including polymer clay, pearls,
gemstones, crystals, brazilian palm nuts
and sterling silver
717 An Element of Style - Margaret Stone
117 Poplar Pde Youngtown Tas 0408 250 647
Handbags, purses, pouches, scarves desinged and made
718 Breaking the Mold Gallery Cindy Watkins P.O. Box 154 Deloraine Tas 0437 057 417
Delightful and affordable handcast
pewter pendants, charms, earrings,
keyrings
719 Elemental Artspace - Cindy Watkins 3 Emu Bay Rd Deloraine Tas 0437 057 417
Paintings, cards and prints, handmade
beeswax candles, candle holders,
jams, chutneys, wooden jewellery and
furniture, quilt and textile art
720 Nullarbor Nights Knitwear
Alice Leda Pettirosso P.O. Box 2882 Tuggeranong ACT
0423 761 707
Machine knitter and textile artist - hand
dyed merno wool knitwear, pure linen,
silk, cotton and bamboo knitwear, fasteners
721 Five Dog Designs - Patsy Hodges 9 Campbell St Newstead Tas
0409 548 533
Handcrafted dog and cat collars, leads
and eco soy candles
722 Pure Sense - Emma Pinner RA 92 Febeys Rd Brittons Swamp Tas
0419 119 721
Fragrant oil diffusers, soy candles and
melts, room spray, pillar candles
723 Tom’s Bridport Turnery
Tom Harper 31 Edward St Bridport Tas (03) 6356 1649
Functional woodturning - household
products, souvenirs, clocks
Stallholder and venue information correct at time of printing.
724 Deep Blue Designworks Tina Eacher 5 Range Rd Evandale Tas 0438 346 153
Contemporary decorations, coasters,
trivets, jewellery, note holders, trees
725 Artesia Pewter - Robert Mitchell 64 Waverley St Bellerive Tas (03) 6244 2902
Pewter manufacture, jewellery,
tableware, figurines, corporate gifts
726 Hive Australia Candles Linda Bradshaw 74 Fore St Canterbury NSW
0405 030 595
Handcraftd 100% Australian beeswax
candles - aroma and natural
726 Zazi Mineral Cosmetics Roslyn Smith 254 Ramsay St Middle Ridge QLD
0418 110 089
Natural Australian made mineral makeup and skin care
727 Helen’s Handpuppets - Helen Launer 291 Dallas Ave Hughesdale Vic 0409 791 608
Handpuppets, puppet theatres,
marionettes
728 West Tamar Woodcrafts Christopher Hall 3194 West Tamar Hwy Loira, via Exeter Tas
(03) 6394 7358
Functional woodwork - intasia (3d
woodwork), lazy susans, chopping
boards, over 120 different products
729 Rodeb Creations / A Bugs Leaf Robert van Tholen 41 Linton Ave Heybridge Tas 0419 317 630
Woodcraft and wood based jewellery
730 Bonnie Banks Nursery - Noel Button 207 Main Rd Gravelly Beach Tas (03) 6394 4750
Perennials and bulbs
731 Fernmania - Ruth van den Berg
P.O. Box 410 Scottsdale Tas
0418 143 375
Ferns and other products made from
ferns, mulch, sleepers and potted ferns
732 Misty Downs - Noel Morrison
P.O. Box 398 Creswick NSW
0412 831 283
Unusual perennials, heritage roses, tree
and herbaceous peonies
733 JD Flora - John Daly 17William St Murray Bridge SA
0417 859 014
Nursery Plants
734 Clematis Cottage Nursery
Todd Miles 6 Spring St Sheffield Tas 0418 149 966
Plants
735 Wood Bending - Michael Thomson
Golden Valley Tas 0487 397 362
Steam bending
Australian Alpaca Assoc. Tasmanian
Region - Jeanette Manning
C/- P.O. Box 360 Deloraine Tas 0457 198 753
Alpaca products
Venue 7
Meander Pavilion 740 Witch Art - Rodney Barnett P.O. Box 26 Doveton Vic 0412 560 600
Fantasy garden sculptures - elves, faeries,
wizards, witches, dragons
741Catherine Casey Handmade
Footwear
581 Station St Carlton North Vic 0409 304 093
Handmade leather footwear, sandals and
leather products
743 Bee’s Tees
Brooke Archer 65 Hill St Bellerive Tas 0407 308 603
Boys and girls long and short sleeve
tees, shorts, dresses, jackets, buttonhair
bands, clips
744 Quilled Cards & Bitty Bags Tina Pinkard & Judy Gorham 3 Sunnyside Cres Trevallyn Tas
0488 419 939
Quilled cards, bags, iPad and eReader
covers made from furnishing fabrics
745 Silver Rose Jewellery
Carolyn Watson 162 High St Campbell Town Tas 0467 811 176
Gemstone, pearl, resin, shell, mother-ofpearl, glass beaded jewellery and fabric
button and glass cabochon jewellery
746 Bisk-Art - Daryl Bilney 17 Reid St Brown Hill Vic 0409 314 053
Handcrafted biscuit and scone cutters
747 Farmyard Glass - Jo & David Foster 314 Old Paradise Rd Sheffield Tas 0418 816 303
Lampwork glass jewellery, beads and
small sculptures
748 Top Show ‘The Noosa Hat’ Mary Rowan 6/2 Low St Emundi QLD
0412 099 081
Milliner, manufacturer cotton, linen,
bamboo, denim sun hats
749 M.I.A. Made In Australia Mary Curran 53 Charlton St Norwood Tas 0408 961 435
Sewing - handbags, purses, slippers, girls
dresses, headbands
750 School House Craft - Lyn Butler 6066 Channel Hwy
Garden Island Creek Tas (03) 6297 8136
Machine and hand sewing, embroidery
- kitchen/bathroom accessories, knitted
toys, baby and childrens ware
751 Fat Cat Pottery - Joseph Cross 15 Newton Ave Mt Evelyn Vic
0402 085 998
Handmade pottery animals, money
socks, fragrance balls, plant worms
752 Ichi-ban-ii Bonsai - Noel Kemp 50 Derwent Ave Lindisfarne Tas (03) 6243 6296
Bonsai, miniature trees, air plants/
tillandrias
753 The Tasmanian Soap Company
Darren West P.O. Box 717 Launceston Tas 0416 028 532
Handmade natural soaps and skin care
products using lots of locally produced
raw ingredients
754 Bruce Bain Photography 140 Hop Valley Rdn Blackwood Crk Tas
0417 978 364
Photographer - framed photos, canvas,
mat board photos, greeting cards
755 WILD wooden creations Michael & Sandra Berwick 2 Princes St Burnie Tas 0418 182 800
Solid timber cutting boards, serving
platters, wooden spoons and stirrers
756 Rebl Designs - Rebecca Halikias 69 Harrisons Rd Cradoc Tas 0407 610 972
Jewellery from mixed metals,
semiprecious beads - necklaces,
bracelets, hair combs/pins, earrings,
fascinators
757 Bella Embroidery Designs
Robyn Jones
P.O. Box 183 Bingara NSW
0408 601 425
Embroidery patterns, ladies shirts,
bags, deorative cushions, coat hangers,
heirloom bears
758 Down Under Pots - Mea Souris 304 Tinderbox Rd Tinderbox Tas 0412 232 221
Sculptor/designer down under pots, pigs
might fly 759 Dahnart-Personalised on the spot Dahna Bartling 13 Mackay Rd Wyndham Vale Vic 0425 734 599
Personalised on-the-spot handpainted
timber products, door plaques, badges,
pencil boxes, magnets, coin boxes
760 Aussie Bush Hats Zacharias Maniotas P.O. Box 6480 West Footscray Vic 0400 902 371
Leather, suede canvas hats, caps, belts,
bush babies, bum bags, key rings stallholder DIRECTORY - By Venue
Venue 7
Furmage Pavilion 775 The Spotted Quoll Studio Tamika Bannister 7 Junction St Launceston Tas 0438 311 398
Digital design medium producing a range
of ethical, sustainable wares - cushions, wall
plaques, jewellery, clothing
776 Antonysen Art - Evelyn Antonysen 51 George St Forth Tas 0419 282 673
Silk painting - scarves, shawls, wall art,
jewellery; paintings in watercolour and
other media; kiln formed glass and
encaustic art jewellery 777 Morris and Joy Smith 13 Roland Crt Sheffield Tas (03) 6491 1591
Woodburnt items made into Australian
souvenirs and gifts; handknitted baby and
children garments in pure wool and acrylic
778 Tiger Ina Papera Unique Woodcraft Ina & Frances Papera 69 Leesons Rd Westerway Tas 0459 487 991
Woodcraft from Tassie timbers - freeform
bowls, coffee tables, chopping boards,
bottle stoppers, knives
779 Tasmanian Copper & Metal Art
Gallery - Tom Marik 8 Church St Carrick Tas 0419 895 830
Colourful metal wall and table decorations birds, fish, silhouettes, brooches, fruit bowls
780 Saward Glass Designs - Virginia Saward
17 Port Rd Wynyard Tas
0438 011 399
Kiln formed glass - plates, platters, bowls,
wall art, sculpture, jewellery 781 The Boathouse - Penny Beveridge 6 South Esp Port Sorell Tas 0409 286 459
Handmade and individually designed
shirts, jumpers, jackets, Christmas
decorations and gifts, childrens hair bows
and bands. Materials and kits
782 Carole’s Island Creations - Carole Goff
3 Denmark Cl. Taroona Tas 0437 473 753
Unique glass fused jewellery created
from spectrum, bullseye or dichroic glass.
Pendants, bracelets, earrings, brooches,
cufflinks, rings
783 Pili Pala Pieces - Helen Mansbridge
P.O. Box 39 Lauderdale Tas 0407 259 701
Homewares, jewellery, leather wallets
designed/made in Tasmania with a
contemporary twist on patterns and
illustrations sourced from 100 years ago
784 Flamin’ Blue Moon - Joanne Ring
13 Cotton St Latrobe Tas 0498 003338
Uniquely scented soy wax container
candles in repurposed china, crystal and
glassware, burner melts, tea lights and tins.
Massage oil in old glass bottles
785 Neo Organic Tea & Skin Solutions Mona Webb 173 High St Willoughby NSW
0419 267 584
Neo herbal tea, skincare, bodycare,
teapots, teas, tea towels
786 High Tea Vintage - Rebecca Eaves
52 Church St Ross Tas 0427 863 097
Tasmanian made ladies/girls tunic tops,
dresses, maternity wear, handbags,
purses, felt necklaces, scarves, phone and
ipad covers
Deloraine Show Society Hot chips, steak sandwiches, hamburgers,
vegetarian pasties, sausage rolls,wedges,
sandwiches, cakes, hot and cold drinks
Fusion Glassblowing
Venue 8
Gays Pavilion
801 A80 Cord Blood Inner Wheel Stephanie Johnston
0417 373 076
801 Shelterbox - Bill Dobson
0414 410 206
802 Handmade by SohSoh - Sonia Burke 4 Abigail Crt Leopold Vic 0412 747 659
Handmade products using vintage
kimonos - owls, birds, puppy, kitten,
rabbit doorstops, wheat bags
803 Red Box Jewellery - Helen French 363 John Lees Rd Dilston Tas 0438 081 214
Bracelets made of leather, antique silver,
brass, copper
804 Billie Hardy Artistic Design Lara Hardy 27 Jenner St Wynyard Tas 0400 170887
Hand drawn art cards, fine art prints,
hand made cushions and note books
806 Francesca Collections Hannah Vasicek P.O. Box 314 South Hobart Tas 0448 678 800
Couture pieces of jewellery, wearable
everyday pieces, semi precious stones
and silver
807 Made by nanna with Love Deirdre Lancaster 2 Hood St Belgrave Heights Vic 0411 103 966
Handmade childrens’ and baby’s
products - swings, bibs, coats, feeding
pillows, blankets, bunny rugs, hats
808 Lovedup - Sue Love 70 Mulgrave St South Launceston Tas
0413 359 997
Goods made from stainless steel
cutlery, tinware, postage stamps - herb/
rose markers, bookmarks, greeting
cards, handmade paper, door stops,
blackboard trays
809 Glass Art by Sally Green 10 Lookout Rd Kalorama Vic 0415 953 968
Handblown glass beads and glass
jewellery
810 Soko Candles - Caroline Jackson 52 North St Devonport Tas 0418 563 943
Natural soy wax fragrant container candles
811 Megalowool- Kerry McKenna
169 Mole Creek Rd Deloraine Tas 0451 260 037
Baskets, weavings, yarns, rugs, hats, scarves
812 The Birdhouse Collection Rebecca Watts 194 Melbourne Rd Williamstown Vic 0401 204 043
Handmade gift cards, wooden
brooches, notebooks, feather pens,
magnets, herb labels, clocks, bunting,
Christmas decorations, bon-bons
813 Mel Hills * Wild Art 938 Bream Creek Rd Kellevie Tas 0448 135 517
Painting - watercolour, wildlife and
landscapes, prints, cards
814 Nanna Woo Handmade Hanna Woolley 9 Nailer Ave Bicheno Tas 0401 925 889
Eco resin jewellery, precious metal
jewellery, wearable fibre art, wall art
815 Perry’s Lemon Myrtle Australian
Rainforest Products
Michelle Dowling
2014 Taylors Arm Rd Taylors Arm NSW
0432 150 126
Lemon myrtle moisturisers, soaps, lip balms,
melts, shampoo, body wash, aluminium
free deodorant, room deodoriser
816 Maya Neumann Millinery P.O. Box 1531Darlinghurst NSW
(02) 9361 0905
Beautiful handmade, hand dyed hats
for men and women
817 LSMPS Etc Company Pavarn
Bhardwa 8/2 Clara St Randwick NSW
0417 699 535
Boutique style Australian merino
scarves, wraps, throws, silk scarves
818 Anvers Confectionery & Tasmanian
Gourmet Sauce - Igor van Gerwen,
9025 Bass Hwy, Latrobe, Tas 6426 2703
Handmade chocolate confectionery
products - truffles, fudges, pralines,
sauces
819 Enchanted Designs - Nicole Smith 83a Marlyn Rd South Hobart Tas 0409 219 881
One of a kind sculptured jewellery, in
precious metals with gemstones - rings,
earrings, pendants, brooches, bangles
820 Ocean Petals - Jasenka Hatlak Ivkou
4 Willow Crt Bellfield Vic 0434 443865
Pressed flowers in resin. Framed and
unframed decorations, jewellery, fridge
magnets.
821 Scrabooli Studio - Patrick Stacey 6781 Huon Hwy Dover Tas 0419 837 593
On demand custom printed mugs, knife
block, spice rack, turned snowman boxes
822 Ngati Fifi Skirts - Fiona Anderson 32 Alison St Redhead NSW
0400 663 874
One off wrap around reversible,
adjustable, funky fun skirts and skuites
823 Captain Robbo - Katy Robinson 32 Tinning St Brunswick Vic 0423 945 108
Adventure pants - handpainted leggings
using eco inks and natural fabrics
824 Fatal Shores Woodcraft Jenni-Lee Ranginui
Ambleside Tas 0438 039 092
Tasmanian specialty timber crafts lifetime purpose boxes, small cabinets,
mirrors, small tables, natural timber
dyed silks, jewellery, mobiles, babywear
825 Hartzview Vineyard Anthea Patterson
70 Dillons Rd Gardners Bay Tas 0439 951 004
Hartzview wines, ports, liquers,
Tasmanian cassis, mead
826 Chiyogami Designs
Andrea Walker, Qld 0419 775 728
Washi paper gift tags, jewellery
(origami)
827 David Ball Design 4 Lytton St Invermay Tas
0459 632 622
Handcrafted timber furniture - towel
racks, table lamp, floor lamp, umbrella/
hat stand
828 Jentri - Trisha Hearne P.O. Box 190 Augusta WA
0419 964 214
Parchment craft - cards, bookmarks,
ornaments, framed pictures, dream
catchers, balls, bottle apron, lamps
829 Adriana - Adriana Carnevale
570 Kalang Ave Glenorchy Tas 0417 057 897 Original womens clothing, bags and
accessories - A-Line skirts, wrap vests,
neckwarmers, felt brooches, handbags,
keyrings, purses
Taz-Zorb - Rosemary Gamble 7 Hughes Crt Prospect Tas (03) 6344 2582
Children and adults zorb ball rides
Diamond Dynasty Pty Ltd - Jenny Yau
13 Grove Street Ulverstone Tas 0407 327 902
Chips, dagwood dogs, honey chicken,
sweet ‘n’ sour pork, fried rice, fairy floss,
cold and hot drinks
Moss-side Berry Pancake Van Beth Luckhurst 2268 Frankford Highway Frankford Tas
0429 961 175
Fresh cooked pancakes
Tas Game & Gourmet - Alec Watson P.O. Box 295 Melton Vic
0419 324 697
Abalone, scallop, gourmet game
souvlakis, game burgers, smoked
venison kransky, wraps
Woodfirefoods.com.au - Alain Noisier
125 Main Road Austins Ferry Tas 0423 940 270
Woodfired foods / Portugese food skewers, roast rolls, chicken
Van Diemens Land Creamery Jan Amourgis
P.O. Box 441Deloraine Tas 0409 971 536
Gelato, ice cream produced locally
by local dairy farming family and
milkshakes
Graze @ Northwest Tas Pty Ltd Don Monk
435 Green Hills Road Stanley Tas 0459 581 316
Local crayfish bisque, pan seared Stanley
scallops with Pernod, cream and fresh
parsley sauce, char-grilled octopus with
basil pesto and balsamic reduction
Henry’s Ginger Beer
Carolyn Watson-Paul P.O. Box 444 Penguin Tas
0418 735 370
Ginger Beer
Laziko Kebabs & Gozleme
Resul Kucukakyuz
64 Arve Rd Geeveston Tas
0437 971 459
Kebabs
Glennroys - Glenn Creely 30 Campbell St Newstead Tas 0419 118 311
Coffee Drinks
Pagan Cider - Michael Dubois P.O. Box 4767 Hobart Tas 0434 251 109
Apple, pear, cherry ciders and apple
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51 Stoke St Ravenswood Tas
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McLachlan Studio
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Hugh & Mary McLachlan
It is a privilege to be involved with
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jewellery. The work Hugh designs and
makes is elegant and dramatic and I
always feel good wearing it. Our pieces
start at $190 for a silver Tribal bangle,
perhaps our most iconic pieces
Venue 10
Yarns, Artwork in Silk
View a truly inspiring silk artwork
Enjoy a close up look at a 4 x 4 metre
hand-worked panel showcasing every
handcraft skill imaginable. Entry during
the TCF is free!
Venue 11
Deloraine Creative Studios
Tasmanian handmade art and craft
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Venue 12
Elemental Artspace supports over 60
quality Tasmanian artists and crafts people
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The Alpaca Shoppe
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Australian
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761 Art Viva - Mary-Jane Baker P.O. Box 98 Dodges Ferry Tas
0417 430 017
Wooden knitting needles handcrafted using
Tasmanina Oak, ranging from 3.75mm to
25mm; knitting kits and storage tubes
762 Aloe Vera Cosmetics Australia Trisha Goodman 4/2 Lonsdale St Lilyfield NSW
0404 512 305
Natural skincare products based on aloe
vera, aloe vera juice and soap
763 Andrae Weeks Art Studio 38 McFie St Devonport Tas 0411 340 986
Paintings, handmade journals, children’s
clothes, jewellery 764 Handweavers, Spinners and Dyers
Guild of Tasmania - Diana Kearney G.P.O. Box 163 Battery Point Tas Handweaving, spinning, dyeing, felting
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workshops & demonstrations
GLASS OF FIRE (548)
Make your own dichroic glass pendant.
Participants will gain an insight into
creating your own Dichroic Glass Pendant.
The process will be covered with detailed
instruction. Create your pendant .... Load
the kiln .... Fire it up! Pendants will be
ready for collection the following day.
(Forwarding arrangements are available)
Cost $65 per person.
9.30am and 3.30pm every day.
Contact Christine 0400 014 362
email: [email protected]
Duration 1 hour. (Bookings essential)
CLIFFORD HOW FINE ART (502)
Oil and wax paintings, Tasmanian
landscapes.
Talks about Cold Wax oil painting
at 10.30am and 2.30pm every day.
GORDON HARRIS LEADLIGHT (546)
Stainglass lamps, giftware, jewellery
boxes, picture frames, Christmas
decorations, hanging mobiles.
Demonstration throughout
the day, every day.
CHERI WOODFIELD (542)
Machine embroidery quilting - wall
hangings, tote bags, cushions.
Demonstration throughout
the day, every day.
WEST TAMAR WOODCRAFTS (728)
Christopher Hall
Functional woodwork - intasia (3d
woodwork), lazy susans, chopping
boards, over 120 different products.
Demonstration throughout
the day, every day.
JENTRI
(828)
Trisha
Hearne
Parchment
craft - cards,
bookmarks,
ornaments,
framed
pictures,
dream
catchers, balls, bottle apron, lamps.
Demonstration throughout
the day every day.
DARREN MEADER ARTWORKS (534)
Original oil paintings (landscape and
urban scenes); cards and prints.
Demonstration throughout
the day, every day.
ANDRAE WEEKS ART
STUDIO (763)
Andrae is an awardwinning, published
Tasmanian artist who
works primarily in
waterbased media on
paper. Andrae also
teaches art in schools,
instructing students
aged from 6 to 18 years.
In addition to framed and unframed
artworks, her stall includes handmade
art journals, bookplates, cards and other
crafted items.
Andrae is happy to accept commissions.
Demonstration throughout
the day, every day.
TOM’S BRIDPORT TURNERY (723)
Tom Harper
Functional woodturning - household
products, souvenirs, clocks, etc.
Demonstration throughout
the day, every day.
WORLD OF MARBLES (500) Jan Clay Art
glass marbles, glass jewellery, oil paintings,
kinetic sculptures, marble runs.
Demonstration throughout
the day, every day.
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BISK-ART (746) - Daryl Bilney
Handcrafted biscuit and scone cutters.
Demonstration throughout
the day, every day.
NIAI DESIGN (705)
Catherine Wisniewski
Wire wrapped jewellery using sterling
silver, copper and craft wire - pendants,
bracelets, brooches, pins.
Demonstration throughout
the day, every day.
DAHNART-PERSONALISED
ON THE SPOT (759)
Dahna Bartling
Personalised on the spot hand-painted
timber products, door plaques, badges,
pencil boxes, magnets, coin boxes.
“Every piece is completely handmade
and I get enjoyment from seeing a smile
on each and every face.
If what I have on display are not the
customers desired colours, they can
choose any base colour they like and
choose also their picture and I will glue
it in place and personalise it right there
and then.
I love the idea that our customer’s can
design/choose their own pieces and
walk away pleased. “
Demonstration throughout
the day, every day.
TASMANIAN HIGHLAND ART (529)
Anita Nelson
Scrimshaw, jewellery, carvings, powder
horns, mammoth ivory handle knives.
“I endeavour to get this old ‘salty dogs’
art form recognised here in Australia
and Tasmania once again! For it was
a highly recognised art form during
the historical times of the whaling
industry throughout Australia. Tasmania
has a large collection of old pieces of
scrimshaw from this time period. “
Demonstration throughout
the day, every day.
MORLEY LEADLIGHTS (110)
Ruth Morley
Leadlight and Glass Artist
Inspired by the visual impact of stained
glass windows displayed in churches and
houses, Ruth’s interest in leadlighting
began with a course in Western Australia.
From a rewarding hobby making glass
sun catchers and selling them at markets,
Ruth built up her skills to master leadlight
techniques and has been a professional
glass artist since 1998.
From teaching leadlight as part of the
Adult Education program she continues
to teach at her studio and in workshops
by request.
Demonstration throughout
the day, every day.
ZAZI
MINERAL
COSMETICS
(726)
Roslyn Smith
Natural
Australian
made
mineral
make-up and
skin care.
Makeovers and demonstrations
throughout the day, every day.
INSPIRATION CANDLES (520)
Maureen Bennetts
Hand carved candles designed to burn down
the middle leaving the artwork in place.
Demonstration throughout
the day, every day.
SNAKE ARTIST (505)
Bill Flowers
Painting and printmaking - paintings,
prints, t-shirts, postcards.
Demonstration throughout the day, every
day, plus 10.30am every day how to paint
and draw realistic snake scales.
CORRUGATEDCREATIONS (713)
Gren Freeman
Sculptured animals out of corrugated
recycled roofing iron - kookaburras,
pelicans, echidnas.
Demonstrations throughout
the day, every day.
Make your own
rubber stamps:
Duration 1 hour,
starting at 1.30pm
daily
Learn how to make
your own rubber
stamps. This is an
easy to learn technique which is fun and
can be used for many crafty projects. You
will take home your own stamp.
Suitable for ages 12 and over, all skill
levels. Cost $18.00 per person.
candles:
Make your own tea light
and birthday candles.
Duration 1 hour, starting at
3pm daily
Make your own organic
beeswax candles and a
dipped birthday candle.
You will learn two easy
ways to make your own
candles at home. You will
take home the candles you make.
Suitable for all ages and skill levels.
Cost $15.00 per person.
SCRABOOLI STUDIO (821)
Patrick Stacey
On demand custom printed mugs, knife
block, spice rack, turned snowman boxes.
Demonstrations throughout
the day, every day.
ELEMENTAL ARTSPACE (719)
Cindy Watkins
Paintings, cards and prints, handmade
beeswax candles, candle holders, jams,
chutneys, wooden jewellery and furniture,
quilt and textile art.
WORKSHOPS
Learn the art of
latch hook rugging:
Duration 1 hour, starting at 12noon daily
Make a small latch hook rug using the kit
provided at the class.
You will learn the techniques you need to
complete a small project at home.
Suitable for all ages and skill levels.
Cost $18.00 per person. Bookings
essential (limited to 8 people).
Please contact Cindy on 0437 057 417 or
email: [email protected]
Or at stall on the day.
ARCANA KALEIDOSCOPES (512)
Robert Cook
Handcrafted brass and copper
kaleidoscopes; jewellery and fossils.
Demonstration throughout
the day, every day.
HELEN’S HANDPUPPETS (727)
Helen Launer
Handpuppets, puppet theatres, marionettes.
Demonstration throughout
the day, every day.
STITCHED BY ME (120)
Denise Bakes
Heirloom sewing, smocking - babies,
children and adult garments;
embroidered blankets. Smocking kits.
Demonstration throughout
the day, every day.
FARMYARD GLASS (747)
Jo & David Foster
Lampwork glass jewellery, beads and
small sculptures.
Demonstration throughout
the day, every day.
PAINTINGS BY RHYLLIS (112)
Rhyllis Chambers
Paintings - watercolour and oils.
Demonstration throughout
the day, every day.
SILVERMIST STUDIO (537)
Tim Peel
Bespoke and handcrafted jewellery made
with precious and semi precious materials
- gemstones and precious metals.
Demonstration throughout
the day, every day.
BREAKING THE
MOLD GALLERY (718)
Cindy Watkins
Duration 1 hour, starting at 10.30am daily
Delightful and affordable handcast pewter
pendants, charms, earrings, keyrings.
Make two resin and pewter pendants.
You will learn how to use jewellery grade
resin to make two beautiful pendants
using Tasmanian made pewter findings.
Pendants can be collected at the end of
the day or posted to you at a later date.
Cost is $18.00 per person.
Bookings essential (limited to 8 people).
Suitable for ages 13 and over,
all skill levels.
Please contact Cindy on 0437 057 417 or
email: [email protected]
Or at stall on the day.
KATH & NEIL GOODALL (101)
Handcrafted silver and gold jewellery
- bracelets, necklaces, earrings, rings,
torques, brooches.
Demonstration throughout
the day, every day.
SPIRAL CREATIONS
JEWELLERY (504)
Knut Mueller
Tasmanian made jewellery - silver, gold,
palladium, titanium, and gemstones. Ring
resizing.
Demonstration throughout
the day, every day.
ANTONYSEN ART (776)
Evelyn Antonysen
Silk painting - scarves, shawls, wall art,
jewellery; paintings in watercolour and
other media; kiln formed glass and
encaustic art jewellery.
Demonstration throughout
the day, every day.
BISMARCK METALCRAFT (506)
Ken Bradford
Knives, cutlery, hunting knives, giftware,
pewter ware.
Demonstration throughout
the day, every day.
MEL HILLS * WILD ART (813)
Mel Hills
Painting - watercolour, wildlife and
landscapes, prints, cards.
Demonstration throughout
the day, every day.
RED BOX JEWELLERY (803)
Helen French - Bracelets made of leather,
antique silver, brass, copper.
Demonstration throughout
the day, every day.
HANDWEAVERS,
SPINNERS AND DYERS
GUILD OF TASMANIA (764)
Diana Kearney
Handweaving, spinning, dyeing, felting.
Demonstration throughout
the day, every day.
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WOLF DRUMS AND FLUTES (106)
Graeme Hadfield
Native American style flutes and drums,
Siberian and Sami style drums, dream
catchers, rattles.
Demonstrations between 9am until
12noon, making dream catchers and
various other skills.
premier’s message
I’d like to warmly welcome you to the
Tasmanian Craft Fair, home to one of
the largest displays of arts and crafts
in Australia.
Now in its 34th year, the Fair is a fabulous
opportunity for artisans to display their works
and give live demonstrations of their craft.
Importantly, the event draws more than
25,000 people to Deloraine, including
Tasmanian, interstate and overseas visitors.
Held over four days, the Fair provides a
significant boost for local businesses.
It has become a staple on the local events
calendar and is a major draw card for the
region.
I commend the Rotary Club of Deloraine for
its dedication to hosting this event, which
requires the coordination of around 230
artists and craftspeople, as well as 1000
volunteers.
It gives me great pleasure to support the
Tasmanian Craft Fair with $10,000 for the
Premier’s Award for Excellence.
Will Hodgman MP
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Premier, Tasmania
Sculpting
Demonstration
and TCF Gift
by Michael Thomson
Michael’s passion for design is driven by the attitude that, in
nature, everything is unique, so creating a piece of furniture is a
similar process.
To create “is to produce or bring to existence an object that
has never existed before”. When asked where his designs were
conceived, the answer is predominately. “Look around you,
nature has the solution for everything”. He finds if you want a
pleasing form, it literally confronts you everyday in your natural
surrounds.
With a vast and diverse
background to draw
on, his studies in
engineering and a solid
knowledge base for
sound construction
possibilities, this blended
with a passion for
everything natural, it
is understandable that
there is a strong influence
towards an organic style
in his furniture.
Michael’s philosophy is to
create pieces with a tactile
element that invites the
viewer to experience the
timber in its beauty.
Michael will be creating a
unique piece during the
Craft Fair. He will also have
a range of small and large
items available for sale.
The Windows on The Arts in Deloraine (WOAD) team
in partnership with the Tasmanian Craft Fair invite you to
Venue 14, the shop windows of Deloraine’s ‘high street’ Emu Bay Rd.
This year’s WOAD, with its White on White theme offers
a fresh approach to the exhibition of local artistic talent
whilst at the same time catering to our communal love
of wandering the streets of a beautiful town – stopping
occasionally, of course, for coffee and cake or finding a
unique item in one of its many stores.
The beauties of the Meander Valley have long attracted and
inspired those with an artistic mindset and this year’s WOAD
displays not only the versatility of this locally inspired art
and craft but also the wide range of artistic disciplines and
endeavors engaged in by the community of artists.
WOAD 14 curator Bec Watson stated, “White is such an
emotive symbol that has unique associations for all of us.
Unlike other languages, the English language only has one
word for it, yet there are more variations of white paint, for
instance, than for any other colour. On the light spectrum
it incorporates and reflects all wavelengths and hence
places no limit on the expression of all colours on the artist’s
palette. White’s inclusiveness of all colours offers us a
profound symbol of a well-adjusted enjoyable community”.
We hope that you enjoy and are inspired by WOAD 14.
WOAD 14 is hosted by Arts Deloraine, the local branch of
Tasmanian Regional Arts, in partnership with the Tasmanian
Craft Fair. We gratefully acknowledge the support from our
sponsors – Tasmanian Craft Fair, The Regional Arts Fund,
Tasmanian Regional Arts, Tasmanian Alkaloids, Deloraine
Primary School, Deloraine High School, the Artisans,
Community volunteers and the Retailers of Deloraine.
Sheepdog trials
For more than 20 years, the Deloraine Working Sheepdog
Club has held sheepdog trials at the Showgrounds (Venue
7) as part of the Tasmanian Craft Fair.
entertainment
schedule
FRIDAY, October 31
All day, children’s entertainment and food at Rotary Park
(Venue 8) including trout fishing, archery, Zorb ball and more!
Michael Thomson steam bending (Venue 7)
Other demonstrators (see pages 12 and 13)
Face painting (Venue 5)
Glass blowers (Venue 7)
Live music and entertainment
6.30pm Official opening (invitation only)
SATURDAY, November 1
All day, children’s entertainment and food at Rotary Park
(Venue 8) including trout fishing, archery, Zorb ball and more!
Michael Thomson steam bending (Venue 7)
Other demonstrators (see pages 12 and 13)
Face painting (Venue 5)
Glass blowers (Venue 7)
Live music and entertainment
Sheepdog trials (Venue 7)
Stallholders awards
SUNDAY, November 2
All day, children’s entertainment and food at Rotary Park
(Venue 8) including trout fishing, archery, Zorb ball and more!
Michael Thomson steam bending
Other demonstrators (see pages 12 and 13)
Face painting (Venue 5)
Glass blowers (Venue 7)
Live music and entertainment
Sheepdog trials (Venue 7)
MONDAY, November 3
All day, children’s entertainment and food at Rotary Park
(Venue 8) including trout fishing, archery, Zorb ball and more!
Michael Thomson steam bending (Venue 7)
Other demonstrators (see pages 12 and 13)
Face painting (Venue 5)
Glass blowers (Venue 7)
Live music and entertainment
Sheepdog trials (Venue 7)
WOAD 14
In 2014 about 30 handlers and 65 dogs will take part in the
trials from November 1-3.
The competition will be held in three sections - Open,
Improver and Novice and will be judged by Bruce
Dolliver, of New Norfolk. Michael Grant of the Deloraine
Working Sheepdog Club said three fresh sheep are used
per dog, meaning the sheep do not become over-tired
or stressed. Mr Grant says sheepdog trials, which were
once the domain of farmers and shepherds is becoming
increasingly popular as a sport. ‘It’s a great opportunity to
travel throughout the state and interstate,’ he says. ‘And it’s
a great way to test your skills.’
Windows On the Arts in Deloraine
Presents “White on White’”
an Exhibiton of Works in the shop Windows of Deloraine
Venue 14
Windows On the Arts in Deloraine Street Gallery exhibits works from professional and emerging
artists, craftpeople and community craft groups. Arts Deloraine once again invites you to catch
shuttle bus B or stroll over the bridge and tour the main steet to enjoy this showcase of
creativity , as well as our local hospitality .
WOAD 14 is hosted by Arts Deloraine, the local branch of the Tasmanian Regional Arts in partnership with the Tasmanian Craft Fair.
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stallholder list
581 41o South Salmon and
Ginseng Farm - Charlotte Pyka
8 A80 Cord Blood Inner Wheel
- Stephanie Johnston
829 Adriana - Adriana Carnevale
703 Allen Pashai Wildlife Art
762 Aloe Vera Cosmetics Australia
- Trisha Goodman
707 Amanda Graham
717 An Element of Style
- Margaret Stone
763 Andrae Weeks Art Studio
712 Anna Jayne Designs
- Anna Yard Cumming
776 Antonysen Art
- Evelyn Antonysen
818 Anvers Confectionery &
Gourmet Sauces - Igor van Gerwen
512 Arcana Kaleidoscipes
- Robert Cook
761 Art Viva - Mary-Jane Baker
725 Artesia Pewter
- Robert Mitchell
570 Ashgrove Tasmanian Farm
- Anne Bennett
760 Aussie Bush Hats
- Zacharias Maniotas
7 Australian Alpaca Assoc.
Tasmanian Region
- Jeanette Manning
702 Babyscent Natural Skincare
- Vana Borcich
5 Bag Ladies Tasmania
- Katrina Thorpe”
595 Baked by Mum
- Danielle Gleeson
743 Bee’s Tees - Brooke Archer
541 Belinda Kurczok Bird Paintings
757 Bella Embroidery Designs
- Robyn Jones
804 Billie Hardy Artistic Design
- Lara Hardy
555 Birds Bells Birds Gallery
- Brigita Lastauskaite
746 Bisk-Art - Daryl Bilney
506 Bismarck Metalcraft
- Ken Bradford
706 Bodhi Farm Organics
- Tanya Schrama
535 Bonkers by Bettye
- Bettye & Felicity Kamevaar
730 Bonnie Banks Nursery
- Noel Button
718 Breaking the Mold Gallery
- Cindy Watkins
8 Breast Cancer Network
- Maureen Holland
593 Browns Bees
- Debra Brown
754 Bruce Bain Photography
545 Bryan Pearce Skin Tanning
109 Butterfly from Ashes
-Rebecca Jory
601 Callipari Wine / Ned Kelly Red
- Michael Callipari
115 Candalaraine Alpacas
Products - Lorraine Barnett
823 Captain Robbo
- Katy Robinson
206 Carmen Reuter
Art Glass Jewellery
782 Carole’s Island Creations
- Carole Goff
741 Catherine Casey Handmade
Footwear
Alphabetical
577 Cheesecake Baculo on a stick
- Melissa Burr
542 Cheri Woodfield
826 Chiyogami Designs - Andrea
Walker
118 Chris Mitchell Woodturner/
craftsman
2 Christina Henri
734 Clematis Cottage Nursery
- Todd Miles
502 Clifford How Fine Art
713 Corrugated Creations
- Gren Freeman
Country Fresh Hot Potatoes - Chris
and Tanya Ackroyd
592 Country Larder Preserves
- Peter Longman
204 Creations by Bobbie Mac
- Bobbie McLean
543 Creatively Belle
- Belinda Stinson
759 Dahnart-Personalised on the
spot - Dahna Bartling
5 Daquiri Isle - Gabrielle Lucas
534 Darren Meader Artworks
827 David Ball Design
724 Deep Blue Designworks
- Tina Eacher
7 Deloraine Show Society
1 Deloraine Stringfest - Nick Weare
701 Design with Scarves
- Michelle Davey
123 Devil Guitars Tasmania
- Bruce Trappes
8 Diamond Dynasty Pty Ltd
- Jenny Yau
531 Dick & Dora - Mel French
516 Ditchfield Designs
- Jan Ditchfield
103 Dolls-N-Things
- Barry Hingston
708 Dolly Designs - Roslyn Briggs
758 Down Under Pots
- Mea Souris
719 Elemental Artspace
- Cindy Watkins
539 Elliott My Dear
- Sarah & Hamish Elliott
523 Emily Snadden Design
819 Enchanted Designs
- Nicole Smith
522 E-Sense - Deborah Bower
747 Farmyard Glass
- Jo & David Foster
751 Fat Cat Pottery - Joseph Cross
824 Fatal Shores Woodcraft
- Jenni-Lee Ranginui
556 Fenwick Makepeace Studio
731 Fernmania - Ruth van den Berg
5 Festival Mushrooms
- Giovanni Bertelle
721 Five Dog Designs
- Patsy Hodges
784 Flamin’ Blue Moon
- Joanne Ring
806 Francesca Collections Hannah Vasicek
7 Fusion Glassblowing
116 Gayetha Designs
- Gaye Townley
105 Gift of the Gab (Jewellery and
Handcrafts) Gabrielle Writer
809 Glass Art by Sally Green
107 Glass Manifesto
- Anne Clifton & Peter Bowles
548 Glass of Fire
- Christine Stewart
8 Glennroys - Glenn Creely
546 Gordon Harris Leadlight
584 Gourmet Morsels
- Susan Lazar-Kopf
8 Graze @ Northwest Tas Pty Ltd Don Monk
119 Group Dimension
- Jane Hofto
802 Handmade by SohSoh
- Sonia Burke
764 Handweavers, Spinners and
Dyers Guild of Tasmania
- Diana Kearney
524 Harper and Edie
- Michele Taylor
825 Hartzview Vineyard
- Anthea Patterson
727 Helen’s Handpuppets
- Helen Launcer
8 Henry’s Ginger Beer
- Carolyn Watson-Paul
786 High Tea Vintage
- Rebecca Eaves
709 Honey Tasmania
- Rebecca Campbell
571 Huon Pine Picnic Planks
- Lizz Martin
752 Ichi-ban-ii Bonsai
- Noel Kemp
5 iHealth Saunas
- Kelly Proudfoot
520 Inspiration Candles
- Maureen Bennetts
503 Ishshoes
- Margot Beckett
733 JD Flora - John Daly
532 JEB Leather - Jo Busby
113 Jennifer G. Frost
- Jennifer Frost
828 Jentri - Trisha Hearne
508 Joanna Gair Paper Studio
513 Joanne Mitchelson, Fine Art &
Harp Music
511 John Hablitschek
525 Joseph Austin
202 Jude Atrisan Fashion - Jude Ng
114 June Hope Textile Artist
527 Kai Kai - Lyndelle Flintoff
101 Kath & Neil Goodall
5 KiaOra - Pizza Kevin Barnett
590 Kosie
- Kim Broomhall
2 Lace Makers Guild
5 Langdale Farm
- Oliver & Fiona Stocker
201 Lark Distillery
- Bill Lark
515 Latitude 40
- Stephen Mason
8 Laziko Kebabs & Gozleme
- Resul Kucukakyuz
205 Leadlight by Design
- Sandra Stening
555 Leesa Chandler
551 Lesley Chaston Artist
579 Lets Go Nuts
- Peter Terry
716 lime design
- Anne Langman
5 Lions Club of Deloraine
553 Little Gifts for Little Ones -
Therese van der Aa
519 Longbeach Wood Design Anthony Hoffrichter
808 Lovedup -Sue Love
817 LSMPS Etc Company
- Pavarn Bhardwaj
749 M.I.A. Made In Australia Mary Curran
807 Made by Nanna with Love Deirdre Lancaster
573 Mandi’s Kitchen Gourmet
Puddings - Mandi Mellody
526 Marlene Ray
816 Maya Neumann Millinery
811 Megalowool
- Kerry McKenna
813 Mel Hills * Wild Art
732 Misty Downs - Noel Morrison
517 Mockingbird Glass
- Greg Ash
585 MODO MIO Naked
- Susanne Dobrowski
5 Moo Brew
- Jonathon Burridge
117 More Than Skin Deep
- Eraine Reid
110 Morley Leadlights
- Ruth Morley
777 Morris and Joy Smith
8 Moss-side Berry Pancake Van Beth Luckhurst
5 Mount Gnomon Farm
- Eliza Woodfield
814 Nanna Woo Handmade
- Hanna Woolley
5 Native Point Wines
- Sheena High
785 Neo Organic Tea & Skin
Solutions - Mona Webb
822 Ngati Fifi Skirts
- Fiona Anderson
705 Niai Design
- Catherine Wisniewski
536 Nic Daley Photography
533 Noox - Anouk Davie
711 Nostalgia Tasmania
- Adrienne Charles
591 Nougat Limar
- Luke Berenice
720 Nullarbor Nights Knitwear
- Alice Leda Pettirosso
594 Nuts’n’more
- Jym Tarrant
554 Ocean Omegas
- John Wells
820 Ocean Petals
- Jasenka Hatlak Ivkou
8 Pagan Cider
- Michael Dubois
112 Paintings by Rhyllis
- Rhyllis Chambers
815 Perry’s Lemon Myrtle
Australian Rainforest Products
- Michelle Dowling
5 Pig and Fig
- Brian Sims
783 Pili Pala Pieces
- Helen Mansbridge
722 Pure Sense
- Emma Pinner
122 PW Guitars
- Matthew Pavey
744 Quilled Cards & Bitty Bags Tina Pinkard & Judy Gorham
586 R. Stephens Tasmanian Honey
- Shirley & Ian Stephens
756 Rebl Designs
- Rebecca Halikias
803 Red Box Jewellery
- Helen French
510 Red Parka Designs
- Jennifer Cossins
102 Rhonda’s Art
- Rhonda Garward
521 Rina Art - Jeanette James
108 Ripping Yarnz - Rita Power
518 Robin Wingrave Wildlife Artist
729 Rodeb Creations / A Bugs Leaf
- Robert van Tholen
580 Rotary Club of Youngtown
- Ted Burton
5 Rotary Textile Challenge
538 Sally Cassandra
- Sally Elliss
710 Sarva Gata Handcrafted
Australian Jewellery - Wayne Cuthell
501 Sashiko Design - Kyomi Reid
780 Saward Glass Designs Virginia Saward
750 School House Craft
- Lyn Butler
821 Scrabooli Studio
- Patrick Stacey
549 Secret Gully Puppets
- Heather Lawrence
5 Seven Sheds Brewery
- Catherine Stark
111 Shabana Jacobson Jewellery
801 Shelterbox - Bill Dobson
582 Silk - Jane Lamont
745 Silver Rose Jewellery Carolyn Watson
537 Silvermist Studio - Tim Peel
540 Simon Raffan 507 Smitten Merino - Carl Mason
575 Smoke and Spice Tasmania/
Licorice - Rhonda Marshall
505 Snake Artist - Bill Flowers
544 So Indesign
- Christina Jonsson
810 Soko Candles
- Caroline Jackson
514 Sonja C - Sonja Cook
583 Southern Sky Gourmet
- Rodney Wyker
504 Spiral Creations Jewellery
- Knut Mueller
572 Spreyton Cider Co.
- Damien Viney
5 Step Forward Orthotics
- Lesley Rands
120 Stitched By Me - Denise Bakes
600 Stonesthrow - Sarah Revell
5 Sweet-As
- George Smith
599 Tacos de Pancho
- Marcus Dornauf
121 Tarrant Guitars
- Billy Tarrant
8 Tas Game & Gourmet
- Alec Watson
5 Tasmanian Chilli Beer Company Lydia Marino
779 Tasmanian Copper &
Metal Art Gallery Tom Marik
529 Tasmanian Highland Art
- Anita Nelson
125 Tasmanian Salvaged
Alphabetical
Resurrection Timbers P/L
- Robert MacMillan
588 Tasmanian Truffles Pty Ltd
- Henry Terry
124 Tasmanian Violins
- Adam Edwards
715 Tassie Essentials
- Dorothy Rodgers
5 Tassie Sweet and Savoury Stix
- Jason Jones
598 Tassie Taste Buds
- Anne Dechaineux
5 Taz Face and Body Art
- Karen Witt
8 Taz-Zorb
- Rosemary Gamble
574 The Art of Tea
- Samantha Brown
704 The Australian Wheatbag
Store - Asa Wassberg
812 The Birdhouse Collection
- Rebecca Watts
781 The Boathouse
- Penny Beveridge
587 The Chilli Factory
- Marcel & Alex de Wit
603 The Dog House Bakery
- Adam Pike
597 The Fudge Factory
- Garry Anstice
714 The Gift Basket
- Christine Turner
530 The Grace Collection
- Grace Levis
207 The Little Chopper
- Craig Cashion
203 The Owl and the Pussy Cat
-Stephen Blakeney
550 The Puzzle People
- Glenn Noble
775 The Spotted Quoll Studio Tamika Bannister
753 The Tasmanian
Soap Company
- Darren West
509 Thomas Westra
- Lisbeth Westra
1 Tiger Hill Café - Neicy Brown
778 Tiger Ina Papera
Unique Woodcraft
- Ina & Frances Papera
723 Tom’s Bridport Turnery
- Tom Harper
748 Top Show ‘The Noosa Hat’
- Mary Rowan
576 Trappers Hut Whisky
- Jo Statham
578 Uncle John’s Fresh Licorice
- Catherine Jenner
8 Van Diemens Land Creamery
- Jan Amourgis
1 & 5 Velocci Coffee Carts
- William Bufton
589 Venus Confectionary
- Susan Dennis
604 Vienna Almonds Walter Podlesny
552 Wendy Voon Knits
- Wendy Voon
728 West Tamar Woodcrafts
- Christopher Hall
596 Westbury Grove
- Emma Clark
104 Wickando Candles
- Tracey Bransden
755 WILD wooden creations
- Michael & Sandra Berwick
740 Witch Art
- Rodney Barnett
106 Wolf Drums and Flutes
- Graeme Hadfield
725 Wood Bending
- Michael Thomson
8 Woodfirefoods.com.au
- Alain Noisier
500 World of Marbles
- Jan Clay
704 Zazi Mineral Cosmetics
- Roslyn Smith
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quilting exhibition
Leesa Chandler
Leesa is best known for her culturally inspired quilt
designs and as a textile artist for Robert Kaufman fabrics.
Leesa’s fabric designs include her iconic collection
“Under the Australian Sun” featuring Australian flora. Leesa has
been a quilter for over 30 years, and established her boutique
patchwork store Chandler’s Cottage for over twelve years in
Beaumaris, Victoria. She loves taking her inspiration from
different cultures, landscapes and architecture, and enjoys
tutoring techniques such as three dimensional applique and
handbag design.
At Venue 5 Leesa will be exhibiting many of her quilts
and handbags featuring her fabrics and designs, and will be
demonstrating both machine and hand sewing techniques.
For further information about Leesa’s work and her display at
the Fair, please contact Leesa at
[email protected]
I am a sales and training consultant for Bernina Australia. My role is broad and varied and includes
product training, education and support for the Bernina dealers and their customers in Victoria, South
Australia and Tasmania.
Bernina have enjoyed a long and established relationship with Robyn and Peter Miller at Sewknit in
Launceston and at their invitation, I have the great pleasure of attending the Tasmanian Craft Fair,
where I will have the opportunity to demonstrate various Bernina models of sewing machines and
their accessories and the fantastic Bernina quilt frame.
Cathy Sofarnos
I look forward to seeing you there!!
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TCF2014
Awards
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Each year the TCF recognises the skill and dedication of our top craftspeople through the TCF
Awards. In 2014, judging will take place on October 31 and November 1. The Awards will be
presented at a ceremony on the evening of Saturday November 1.
The Premier’s Award for Excellence will be presented on Friday October 31.
THE PREMIER’S AWARD FOR ExCEllENCE
Certificate and $10,000
Sponsor: Department of Premier and Cabinet
ARTISTIC ExCEllENCE
Portfolio to the value of $3000 and a cheque for $1000
Sponsor: Craft Arts International magazine and
the Rotary Club of Deloraine
WORkING ExHIBIT AWARD
Certificate and $1000
Sponsor: Tasmanian Alkaloids
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