Here are our member links. Members may access many more links in the members’ area under Learning Resources. Members’ exhibition details can be found under Events.

Our Members’ Sites

Please contact us if you would like your website, blog or etsy shop included here, or if you find a link that does not work.

  • Annamaria Magnus weaves at her  Woodbridge Hill Handweaving Studio which is open from 930 am to 1pm except Saturdays. If you would like to visit, give her a ring on 62674430 to make sure she’s there!
  • Anzara Clark creates absolutely stunning wearable art – check out the images on her website!
  • Aukje Boonstra makes wonderful things of beauty out of textiles that other people discard. Teaches classes sharing the techniques she has developed – Aukje specialises in natural dyeing and sustainable fashion. Connect with Aukje on Facebook  for exhibition information too.
  • Chantale delrue is a mixed artist inspired by the environment. In her installation works Chantale combines textile works with drawing, sculpture and natural materials.You can also connect on Facebook.
  • Deva O’Wheel is a printmaker, textile artist, costume designer and Creative Director of Altered state clothing. Currently enjoying Artist Residency at Salamanca Arts Centre until July 2015  she will be creating a series of unique costumes (see our Limelight page for more info). Deva created Altered State Clothing – an Eco Fashion label in 2011, offering unique women’s and men’s clothing and costumes with an emphasis on innovative sustainable clothing for the discerning individual. It is upcycled and original, focusing on reclaiming, recycling, redesigning and reinventing textiles and clothing. 
  • Erika Schacht creates amazing vintage fabric re designed clothes. Check out her Etsy Shop!
  • Gemma Black, a gifted calligrapher with a yen to explore paper and dyes in innovative ways.
  • Elaine Sale, a textile artist whose passion is free machining.
  • Jan Ochi This is the online platform for her most seductive shop, Wafu Works, selling vintage Japanese textiles for quilters, textile artists and collectors.
  • Jane Tyson loves to inspire people about beads and beading.
  • Jenny Blake is an artist and tutor who is inspired by the colours, textures and patterns surrounding her which inspire her to create narrative artworks in many disciplines. Check out her facebook page to see more.
  • June Hope is a textile artist and felter who creates unique and contemproary hand-felted wearable art.  Colour, style and flair certainly characterise her wonderfully original pieces that make the wearer the envy of any gathering!
  • Ljiljana Armstrong is a talented textile artist who has used family heritage as an inspiration. Passages, Marija’s Story is a video essay of her work. And another video of Ljila’s extraordinary work, Travel Inspired Creations.
  • Lisa Febey paints and dyes scarves and wraps and makes fibre-art jewellery available at Galleries around Tasmania under the label ‘Heart in Craft.’ Lisa has an Etsy Shop and you can contact her on Facebook where you can view examples of her work or enquire about workshops on fabric painting.
  • Mahdi Chandler,  a textile artist who is inspired by the the colours, textures and everchanging light of the South East coast of Tasmania. Like Mahdi on Facebook to see what isnpires her.
  • Nicole Ottrey creates wonderful costumes for stage productions and writes a blog inspired by her travels.
  • Prue Quarmby has a love of paper, books, boxes, textiles and now jewellery. She runs Bibiani Studio in the foothills of Mount Wellington. Prue’s major focus is jewellery design.  Her jewellery is displayed and is for sale on Prue Quarmby Designs.
  • Rita Summers writes “I create whenever I can, because it’s integral to my life – has been ever since I can remember! My arts focus includes eco printing and dyeing (fashion, accessories; textile art); mixed media (handbound books; assemblages), stitching, drawing. Connect on Facebook. My gallery and attached studio are located in St Marys, Tasmania (opening hours: Tues-Sat, 10-4).  I also host exhibitions and workshops by local and other Tasmanian artists.”
  • Roz Wren is a freelance designer and artist working in various disciplines: Festival and Event Design, Community Arts, Costume and Puppet Construction.
  • Sally Westcott extraordinary art quilts and gelatine plate printing. Connect with Sally on Facebook too.
  • Sherrie Jewson, a most skilled tutor and textile artist with impressive skills in painting and designing.
  • Tanya La PagliaPost Office 176 is upstairs above Cafe 176 on New Town Road. We stock the works of over 50 local artists and makers, with original art works, hand made and vintage gifts. We also have a large teaching studio available for workshops.

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