Mount Cottrell, Victoria Artists & Artisans
With a community of over 8,000 incredible artists to choose from, Bluethumb is the home of Australian artists. Our mission is to connect artists with collectors and empower them to create a sustainable career in the arts. We encourage you to visit Bluethumb yourself to discover the hidden gems of Australia’s underground art scene and emerging artists. Today we are proud to be Australia’s largest online art gallery, backed by the numbers that prove it: • Over 16,000 artworks sold to happy homes • Helping over 8,000 Australian artists to generate income from their art • Free shipping and insurance for all collectors • 7-day free returns guarantee for all artwork sales • Dedicated account managers for design professionals • Fast responding local team Whether you’re looking to buy a painting for the first time, or are an interiors professional working through your next big brief, our local team is here to make collecting art easy. To succeed we focus on developing custom technology, backed by a specialised team of logistics and digital marketers. We combine this with deeply rooted local curators and artist liaisons. For our trade partners and commercial projects we not only offer the largest national network of artists, but exclusive access to some of the most sought after independent emerging artists.
- 11 Wreckyn Street North MelbourneVIC3051495013
VR Art Glass - splashbacks with art. Specialists in the area of printed glass splashbacks – Visual Resource draws upon a successful career in photography spanning image creation and photo quality printing. VR Art Glass is the culmination of these skills to provide you with an impressive splashback unlike any other.
- Black RockVIC319350503
Alex&Elle, as agents for Arvidssons Textil and Kinnamark, import Scandinavian designer textiles directly from Sweden. The fabrics are available by the metre or in Alex&Elle wall art, lampshades, cushions etc, handmade in Melbourne. "Our largescale and unique fabrics enhance the warmth, look and feel of any room in your home, office, cafe or restaurant; be it as wall art, cushions or other furnishings." High performance acoustic insulation, which reduces noise and improves the ambiance of every space, can be integrated into every piece of our fabric wall art. Form and function in harmony - true to Swedish design tradition!
I am a fibre artist and work with natural fibre like 100% Australian merino wool, silk, flax, cotton, bamboo and mote. My wall hangings are very tactile, they invite you to touch and feel them. We are naturally drawn to the soft environments. In the preindustrial revolution times, all homes were handmade, gentle and soft. If we take a closer look to any culture, especially indigenous, and their habitats – be it Native Americans, Mongolians or any of the ‘Stan’, Nordic or Baltic nations, their walls were decorated with soft animal skins, felts or handmade drawings. Their daily home environment was gentle and soft and their whole life was closer to nature and more respectful to it. Wool as a material is fire resistant, eco renewable, biodigradable, non toxic and a natural insulator.
- Box HillVIC312850504
Strongly influenced by impressionist art, Australian artist Claire McCall paints light-filled images of everyday beach scenes and childhood memories. Custom work welcome.
The Artist that actually allows your input to come up with the artwork that is just for you. Commissioned Art for home & business. Clients see the range of artworks to choose from and Mendo works closely with you.
- Hoppers CrossingVIC302950503
Timothy White is an Australian ceramicist who has been perfecting his art for over 25 years. Celebrated for his absolutely unique and original artworks, his pieces have been spotted in a number of exclusive and boutique galleries around Victoria. Having completed a Diploma of Art Design, followed by Graduate Diploma of Education (Art & Craft) Tim’s work is not only marked with his personal stamp of authenticity it is also much sought after.
Shakiraaz is a homewares brand that offers products for the home ranging from cushions, throws, baskets, bedspreads, all of which are handmade & handcrafted. Shakira Lima, owner of Shakiraaz is a Melbourne based textile designer who creates her own prints & also handprints her textiles in house in her studio in Melbourne, we also get some of our products handcrafted by Indian artisans overseas. The ethos of our brand "Shakiraaz" is to offer a handmade & often a bespoke product for ones home or home decorating needs, all products are carefully crafted using eco friendly methods & natural fabrics.
- 74 Nott Street Port MelbourneVIC320750507
I create abstract designs which lend themselves to become: Limited Edition Art Prints Splashback designs Feature Wall Panels (interior & exterior) My website is continually being updated with fresh new works. Please visit www.sonjarobar.com.au and get inspired. Follow me on Instagram @sonjarobar_art
Emma Morgan was designed west of London, in England, circa. 1991. She moved to Melbourne, Australia with her parents not long after, where she grew up drawing pictures of her cat and climbing trees. As Emma spent most of her time involved in art, design and music she decided to further her art education and completed a Bachelor of Visual Arts at Monash University in 2012, with a focus on graphic design, painting, drawing and printmaking. Predominantly working in pigment ink pen and watercolour on a larger scale, Emma likes to explore themes related to the social context of animals. Emma both exhibits some of her more conceptual, one off pieces of work, and also creates a more commercial range of art prints and homewares. Emma is very passionate about conservation, and hopes to one day use her art powers to create more awareness for vulnerable wildlife in need.
I am a textile / graphic designer with over 30 years experience in the industry. Having designed, licensed and sold all manner of products to retailers, manufacturers and individual clients, I am excited to be able to showcase my designs here on Houzz. My designs are eclectic, colorful, soulful, bold, surprising and playful. They will put a smile on your face every time you look at them. I welcome custom requests and would love to collaborate with you to come up with that perfect piece to co ordinate with your home decor, textiles and furniture. In this digital age, I work with customers all over the workd via the internet. I am based in Australia but I can ship my products anywhere in the world. All of my designs are for sale on any product you see showcased here and if you can't see the product but like the design - please contact me to see if I can offer it to you. Colours can be changed and designs can be personalised. My designs are diverse but I do specialise in children's rooms, nursery decor, bathroom decor and kids wall art. I can offer you designs on many home decor products including rugs, duvets, sheets, throw pillows, throw blankets, shower curtains, bath mats, curtains and more. I have an extensive collection of designs and I work with manufacturing partners all over the world to bring together my artwork and sell homedecor products that can be shipped directly to you. All custom requests are welcome.
- 235 Johnston St AbbotsfordVIC306750501
Designing Outdoor Features At Lump sculpture studio, we design metal screens and sculptures, along with original contemporary garden art for public, urban and private outdoor spaces. We thrive on collaborating with artists, designers and architects to realise and construct their visions. Welcome to Lump. We hope you enjoy our work as much as we enjoy making it.
- Barwon HeadsVIC300010501
Barwon Heads based artist Megan Weston has been exhibiting since 2010. Weston's large scale abstract landscapes have been described as bold but quietly content, with a dramatic deep colour palette that can be both striking and calming at the same time. Her landscapes reflect beauty in the present and light and hope for the future. Inspired by technology and the images presented by satellites of the earth from afar, Weston is careful in making sure her art presents our earth as fragile and often damaged by human consumption but also spectacular, with surviving beauty. Working predominately with ink and resin on timber, these typographical portraits are ever changing with the environment.