tamborine mountain arts collective
Jen Robson - e360 Design Tamborine Mountain

Jen Robson – Textiles, Homeware

e360 Design is a comprehensive interior design studio and gallery offering a 100% Australian made range of original artwork, soft furnishings and furniture, established by Tamborine Mountain designer Jen Robson. e360 Design offers an abundant range of premium quality homewares, whilst also offering bespoke services in art, textile design, upholstery, wallpaper and original and upcycled […]

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Kristy Starbright - Tamborine Mountain Artists Collective

Mountain Fairies Studio

Mountain Fairies Studio, home to the wishing mushroom where worries dissolve & dream’s evolve. Nurture your inner child with our vast range of unique handmade creations inspired by fairies and their friends and the wonders of nature. Explore magical felting designs made with love & Australian merino wool from interactive playful fairies, elves & gnomes […]

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Reclaim the Void

Community Weaving – Reclaim the Void

Reclaim the Void is a bold cross-cultural project, seeking to raise awareness of the story of country and its importance in Aboriginal culture in both its physical and spiritual dimensions. These sessions will leave you feeling relaxed as you sit and weave using discarded manchester. All rugs crafted at the workshops will be gifted to Reclaim […]

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Wearable Arts Group

Wearable Arts Group

Welcome to the vibrant world of the Tamborine Mountain Wearable Arts Group, where creativity knows no bounds! Nestled in the scenic beauty of Tamborine Mountain, our group is dedicated to the art of recycling and upcycling, transforming everyday materials into stunning pieces of wearable art. From quirky fashion statements to innovative designs, we celebrate the […]

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Cindy Wood - Twig Designs - Tamborine Mountain Arts Collective

Cindy Wood – Weaving

Cindy Wood, the creative force behind Twig Designs on Tamborine Mountain, is a passionate and dedicated fibre artist specialising in basketry. Her art reflects a profound love for nature, weaving meticulously foraged natural fibres into pieces that celebrate the diverse colours and textures found in her explorations of beaches, rainforests, paddocks, and her own garden. […]

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Lisa Bodley - Fabric & Fibre Arts - Tamborine Mountain

Lisa Bodley – Textiles, Mixed Media

As a textile and mixed media artist, Lisa immerses herself in the tactile and versatile world of fibre arts, where every material tells a story. Lisa’s journey is one of exploration and experimentation, guided by a passion for sustainability. In her practice, she celebrates the beauty of imperfection and the harmony of disparate elements coming […]

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Erica Bates - Textile Artist - Beaudesert

Erica Bates – Textiles, Wearable Arts

Erica Bates is a textile creative, designer and pattern-maker based in Beaudesert on the Scenic Rim. Erica fell in love with sewing at 6years old and her career has seen her evolve in a variety of textile based genres from upcycled surfie/hippie/tatt clothing at her Kirra shop in the 70’s, to the award winning ‘Erica […]

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Lynette Harvey - Painter, Knitwear designer, Tamborine Mountain

Lynette Harvey – Textiles, Painting

LynAdell (Lynette Harvey) is an established Knitwear Designer with an international following. Lynette loves to work using a variety of unusual fibres and yarns and her knitwear designs go well beyond a basic sweater. Each of Lynette’s design embraces liberation and individuality without sacrificing the foundational benefits of knitwear, such as comfort and versatility, providing […]

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Shelley Courtney, Ceramics, Sculptor - Tamborine Mountain Arts

Shelley C – Ceramics, Sculpture

I am a self taught ceramic artist whose work gathers inspiration from the beautiful surroundings on Tamborine Mountain and the wider Australian landscape. Working out of my small studio, I pride myself on knowing that everything has had a touch point, from conception all the way down to the laser ply tag to show it’s […]

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