‘We all consist of many different pieces. It’s how we stitch these parts of ourselves together to create something beautiful, authentic and powerful that really inspires my work.’ – Berny Bacic
Shannon is a Sydney-based Australian artist with a passion for Australian wildlife.
Capturing the personality and joy of her subjects, Shannon’s playful style creates a wonderful sense of movement with watercolours and intricate ink strokes and patterns that is a wonderful textural journey for the eye.
Tea From Two Homes was created to inspire connections, with yourself and others. We believe that the perfect cup of tea needs the best balance of flavour and temperature, as well as the company of good chats or the serenity of time alone with your thoughts.
Toni Skerra is a local multidisciplinary artist and illustrator. Her work is whimsical and passionate, often with an emphasis on the aesthetics of colour, and her visual style reminiscent of the 90s cartoons she grew up with.
Lou Lou produces unique individual pieces of art using an intuitive approach. Her initial work is fluid and sometimes very abstract. She then develops them into a more formalised artwork, often incorporating Symbols into the work.
Nowadays I am an analogue collage artist, so mainly, I work with discarded papers (from books, pictures, encyclopedias, etc) where I look for a pleasant aesthetic through surrealism and weirdness.
Our chef has pieced together secret flavours from the past and woven them together into new recipes, bringing back to life the Bedouin Egyptian tradition again.
Born in Lake Macquarie, NSW during the lockdown of 2020, What Knot Macrame has become a culmination of many passions for founder Anna Asquith. As an avid fan of all things creativity and community, it has found a place in Anna’s life and heart.
Valerie is an experienced artist and art teacher from the Hunter Valley who creates colourful, whimsical art.
I specialise in the historic Max Meldrum Method (Australian Impressionism) and conduct painting workshops for individuals and larger groups at the Thirsty Palette cellar door on Wilderness road in Lovedale.