Award-winning Tasmanian furniture and interior design.
Inspired by the work of Jules Verne. Robert Cook and Jocelyn Teh
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Lampwork glass jewellery and adorable farmyard-themed sculptures
Bonsai miniaturised trees, tillandsias, air plants.
Held annually in the picturesque township of Deloraine in northern Tasmania, an amazing array of talented artists and craftspeople exhibit and demonstrate their work as part of the Tasmanian Craft Fair.
Avoid the queue in 2016 and book online and save - tickets for the 2016 Craft Fair are now on sale.
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Winner of the TCF 2015 First Time Exhibitor Award went to ENDEMIC design
Brandon Lee of ENDEMIC design also received a commendation for his entry in Premier's Award for Excellence ...
Glass Manifesto is the Studio and Gallery of Peter Bowles and Anne Clifton. Established in 2003, it was an ambitious project being Perth’s first independent glass blowing and casting stu...
The Providores Award winner, sponsored by Brown Brothers Winery, is always a tough choice for the judges. The array of wonderful Tasmanian produce available at the Craft Fair is amazing. I...
Ever seen an MP3 player that looks like a gramophone, or a kaleidoscope inspired by the work of Jules Verne?
Robert Cook and Jocelyn Teh of Arcana Kaleidoscopes were doing steampunk befo...
Devonport's Bert Shugg, the man behind The Retiring Gin, uses 11 botanicals to make his dry Londonstyle gin.
Last year he shared a stall with Belgrove Distillery in the ...