A Sydney artist exploring the space between decorative art and feminine power.
The big-dreaming Melbourne ceramicist has just opened the doors to her new retail store in Collingwood Yards, Melbourne!
This Melbourne maker's handmade ceramic lamps and sculptures are a perfect study of balance and form.
The Newcastle artist paints calm, reflective scenes of life on the edge of human habitats, for his second solo exhibition at Saint Cloche.
The multi-disciplined creative and emerging artist shares her process ahead of her first solo exhibition, online now at pépite.
The young Australian textile designer creating vibrant, geometric furnishings fabrics, designed from her home studio in Richmond!
How florist Gina Lasker of Georgie Boy has embraced a direct-to-consumer business model to support local flower growers during Covid:19.
Furniture designer James Howe won an international design award one year after entering the industry. And we can see why!
The Melbourne-based artist takes us around her temporary studio in Cornwall, England, where she recently completed an artists residency.
The much-loved writer and cultural commentator on the importance of community, getting rid of Centrelink shame, and his new quarantine indul...
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Guy Vadas from Céramiques in Elsternwick got real smart, real quick, to bring his beloved pottery workshops to a home audience.
The Melbourne-based artist creates paintings of the female form, with an intimacy and energy that is hard to look away from.
We are honoured to present the debut solo exhibition of Pilbara-based artist Maggie Green, from Spinifex Hill Studio.
Aunty Eileen Harris + Aunty Rochelle Patten celebrate a shared sisterhood at Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre, Melbourne Museum.
Makeup and special effects artist Emma Bartik takes the plunge to a new creative endeavour – the soft, folded, forms of Voluptuary Cerami
Sophie Perez paints serene native bushlands from her garden studio in the Mornington Peninsula.
Artichoke magazine editor Cassie Hansen unveils her impressive side hustle – handcrafted ceramics, inspired by architectural forms.