Great Alpine Gallery
Address:6881 Great Alpine Road, Swifts Creek, VIC 3896
History:The Great Alpine Gallery features work from local artists, including painting, sculpture, photography, fibre arts, basketry, printmaking, woodwork and much more. It opened in 1998 to support artists, and continues to be a vibrant hub for creativity in the region.
Offering:The Gallery offers a variety of quality arts and crafts for sale by local makers, as well as workshops, themed exhibitions, residencies, community art projects and more. For up to date information find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/greatalpinegallery/
oneofftwo contemporary jewellery + painting
Address:96 Kleinitz Road, Nungurner, Victoria
History:We have extensive experience hand making contemporary jewellery as we both commenced our training in the field directly on leaving school, Dore having studied in Germany at the Zeichenakademie in Hanau and Marcus at RMIT in Melbourne and have been working together since 1991.
More recently, Dore has been handling a paint brush more often than a hammer or pliers, resulting in her beautiful abstract acrylic paintings which are always on show in our studio.
Offering:We offer Marcus' handmade jewellery and occasional jewellery classes, please see our website for when classes are available. We also show and have for purchase Dore's more recent acrylic paintings together with a large range of our cuttle range of affordable and fun jewellery.
Address:75a Nicholson St, Bairnsdale, Victoria
History:Foundry is a little artist collective hiding down an urban laneway in Bairnsdale. We recently had our 6th Birthday which was also a launch of our new hallway Gallery.
We love supporting local talent and stock an incredible range of handmade, locally created goods and have over 50 contributing artists.
Offering:From hand-formed recycled sterling silver jewellery to ceramics and fine woodwork, Textile art, unique illustrations, paintings, prints and cards. And lots more.
Address:85 Kings Cove Boulevard, Metung, Victoria
History:Crossley guitars have been making extremely fine concert grade instruments for over 20 years, and are a first choice for discerning musicians.
Offering:A full range of Custom built Acoustic and Electric Guitars. Also custom built Irish Bouzoukis.
we also offer a full range of repairs to stringed instruments and modifications
Address:51McCullough Street, Lakes Entrance, Victoria
History:Been woodturning for thirty odd years made a transition from being a fitter and turner toolmaker to working with wood
Offering:Bowls grinders and much more plus tuition. I run one on one woodturning lessons.
Victor Greenaway Studios
Address:35 Kleinitz Road Nungurner 3909 Victoria
History:My career as a ceramic artist has spanned over 55 years. The development of work over the years has been beautifully illustrated in the monograph produced by Beagle Press back in 2005. Since then I have spent over 10 years living and working in Italy. I returned to Australia in 2016 and established my new studio in East Gippsland, working both in painting and ceramics.
Offering:Porcelain, painting and ink drawings.
I am willing to consider master classes for one or two people at a time in both ceramics and painting.
Address:My work can be found at Amegilla Gallery in Bruthen.
History:My husband and I moved to East Gippsland from Castlemaine in 2003. We love the diversity in the landscape and being close to rivers, mountains and sea.
I have been creating and making all of my life. I am a mixed media artist who loves nature, pattern and colour.
Offering:I started making artisan jewellery in the 1990s but after awhile I wanted to make my pieces truly mine and decided to make my own beads. By chance I found polymer clay in 2009. I am amazed by the infinite possibilities of this material. In the last few years I have started making 3D forms. A lot of my pieces are covered recycled glass giving them a whole new lease of life. I also make small boxes which are not supported by glass. I call them treasure boxes.
I occasionally run small classes in my studio at Tambo Upper.
Address:Workshops available at Liz Green Arts in Eagle Point VIC. More venues coming soon.
History:I have been weaving for over 7 years. I have a background in Building Design, and have always been deeply interested in colour and texture. For me, weaving brings these two elements together in a tangible and intriguing way. Weaving is a very old craft, and I love the connection to history as well as the practical outcome of a physical finished object.
Offering:Weaving workshops, Spinning lessons, Talks & Presentations on weaving/spinning and the fibre arts.
Address:Amegilla Gallery, 61 Main Street, Bruthen, Vic 3885
History:The amazing artwork created in East Gippsland inspired me to open Amegilla Gallery to promote local artists to a wider audience.
Offering:Amegilla Gallery has a huge range of fine art and craft items in the Retail Section and offers individual artists, or groups, the opportunity to exhibit in the Feature Artist Section that changes every month.
Malcolm Boyd Ceramics
Address:Fernbank, East Gippsland
History:Malcolm Boyd graduated with a Diploma in Visual Arts from the Gippsland Institute of Advanced Education in 1977, and has worked as a professional artist potter since then. He operated the Black Cockatoo Pottery from around 1980-1995, starting in Essendon, then moving to Ascot Vale, Stratford, Bairnsdale and finally Fernbank. The pottery produced both domestic ware and creative pieces. He has had exhibitions at Scotchmer Gallery, Elgin Gallery, Footscray Art Centre, Gippsland Gallery and Potters Cottage, to name just a few.
Offering:Malcolm's work is sold from his Fernbank workshop. He teaches ceramics in Bairnsdale.
Address:Di's workshop is in Clifton Creek. Her work can be found also at Amegila Gallery, Bruthen.
History:When I make furniture/sculpture I use approximately 95% recycled and otherwise discarded wood. The non recycled components are the paint and varnish although I have found an occasional discarded tin of paint, screws and or nails are sometimes recycled as I pull apart discarded/found items. but sometimes I have to use new. Material and/or leather components come from many opp shop visits.
Offering:Di Deppeler is a unique maker who recycles furniture parts that she reassembles and paints into cabinets and tables with secret stories.