Craft NSW Exhibition

Change It Up

2020 October 9 to October 18 see opening times listed above

Opening Friday 9, 5pm to 7 pm a welcome to allvisitors with refreshments.

The Society of Arts and Crafts of New South Wales exhibition features a wide range of bespoke handmade craft and design creations. The exhibition is being held during Sydney Craft Week. Members and guest artists have been creating unique works especially for you. Come and chat to the makers and find the inside stories to their inspiration and dedication in making handmade pieces, get an insight into traditional techniques, as well as new technologies, available to craft workers. Discover the range of crafts from designer garments, shibori silks, marquetry, ceramics, glass, silver, decoupage and embossed metals to plant stands of rusted steel and concrete.
Members of The Society of Arts and Crafts NSW and guest artists will be exhibiting as part of Sydney Craft Week

in October. Their unique craft and design is diverse ranging from designer garments, shibori silks, textiles, marquetry, ceramics, rusted steel and concrete, glass, and embossed metals to decoupage…and all in traditional and contemporary techniques. More...

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Change It Up

My unique equine sculptures at Balmain Watch House exhibition for Craft NSW during Sydney Craft expo.

BAM ART PRIZE 2020 semi finalist


On behalf of BAM and the judges of the BAM Art Prize 2020, I am pleased to inform you that your artwork has been shortlisted as a semi-finalist.

All semi-finalist artworks will be featured in the upcoming Spring 2020 issue of BAM.

If you entered two artworks in the prize, you will receive a follow-up email from our team, informing of which artwork has been shortlisted.

A full list of semi-finalists and finalists will be live on the BAM website on Monday, September 28, 2020.

I want to thank you again for sharing your work with us.

Craft NSW OnLine Store

Craft NSW gallery has closed and now is on line work from exhibiting members

Gallery Closes Doors

Liz supervising removal of signage. _

For A While we will be changing direction for a while
Artists at Craft NSW, are sad to have to close our gallery doors at Millers Point.....
We would love to have a new address but at this time it is beyond our reach. Until then we look forward to your continued support through the online shop. This time with Covid 19 has been hard on many businesses. We have so enjoyed our gallery space and the support of the local community has been wonderful.
We now ask everyone to support us at our online store. ...

Bold Jade Lady

Detail Flannel Flower Impressions

Sold at and went to Malaysia ...

Brilliant Blue Flannel Flower

another view

Arrived safely in USA ...


On Line Exhibition this year with a
fabulous catalogue of all the artists accepted in the 2020 Border Art PrizeThe On Line Catalogue where you can view all the exhibition work ...


Petite Jade Daisy and Pale Jade Lady

Petite Jade Daisy

Both these girls were sold @craftNSW Sydney in March 2016. Jade Daisy went to Thailand ...

Bold Pink Phoenix

Bold Pink Phoenix

Went to Denmark from Craft NSW Sydney ...

Bold Blue Pheonix

Old news but I am bringing my website up to date, ...Bold Blue Phoenix went to Denmark from Craft NSW Gallery Sydney. ...

Conscripts and Neighsayers

An exhibition at Club Mullum Art Space in Mullumbimby with Paul Smith. Paul put together an album documenting the exhibition which you can see at Conscripts and Neighsayers ...

Carousel to War Horse II

Club Mullum Art Space October 2016

Training horses for close combat.
The Waler was the chosen mount for Australian Light Horsemen. This exhibition, Carousel to Warhorse, presents a small tribute to the Waler and the part it played in Australian war time history. Carosella (little war) or carousel as it has evolved today developed from the ancient art of training horses for combat. Over time it has evolved into the equestrian art of Dressage, one of the three disciplines within Three Day Eventing, first a military competition and now an Olympic discipline ...

Belonging Exhibition Album on Flickr

Check out all the ceramic work from Australian Ceramic Association members at Embodied Commentaries Inspired by Place ...

Belonging Exhibition


27 June - 11 July 2015
Artists from The Australian Ceramics Association
BeLonging: embodied commentaries inspired by place is an exhibition of works by over 150 members of The Australian Ceramics Association. It showcases the creativity and diversity of contemporary Australian ceramic practice. It also aims to harness clay as a repository of personal stories, as a medium to exchange ideas and explore complex interrelationships between the cultures of this country. The size of the works has been limited to no larger than 15cms in any dimension. ...

Carousel to Warhorse Opening Sat 2nd May 2015

The influence of the horse in history and today from Fantasy to Dressage

Carousel to Warhorse

The term carousel is from the 11th century. The equine qualities of poise, balance and strength led Turkish and Arabian horsemen to train them for military use. Initially only used by royalty and hidden behind fortress walls, the combat preparation exercise and game called carousel was developed to train war horses. The term was coined by the Crusaders from the Spanish carosella or ?little war?. We now know it as dressage, the equestrian ballet where natural movement is the foundation of training and tact and empathy are used rather than force?. ...

Dark Night Shining Bright

The Cube display

"Dark Night Shining Bright" by SueFraser
1 December to 30 December 2014 at The Art CUBE, Foyer, Byron Shire Council, Mullumbimby ...

Pieces of Eight

I have made two groups of eight horses in sculptural form. In the past power and wealth was acquired by conquest on horseback by those with the most swift and powerful steads. Today, in China, horses are auspicious symbols of economic prosperity often depicted as eight together in sculptures and painting. My horses bound and gambol on carousels and fly through the air, symbols of currency and good fortune.

Pieces of Eight

some Pieces of Eight

Each Artist explores themes of prestige and wealth symbolised by the Spanish Silver Dollar, formerly a dominant currency in the development of trade worldwide. Ideas of power, wealth and prestige are inspired by its influence on Australian and Chinese cultures. Louise references the Holey Dollar and connections to ancient Jade Bi discs of Central Asia, while Ruth presents exquisite Jade like vessels on pedestals reminiscent of the horse shoe arches of Cordoba, Spain. In China, eight horses is considered economically auspicious. Sue continues an Asian theme with ideas of human horse connections by presenting two series of eight equine ceramic sculptures and low relief wall works. Continued...


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