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  • Sunshine Mosaics

    Sunshine Mosaics

    Sunshine Mosaics is the Creation of Central Coast local Lisa Bentley. Lisa has worked in Health on the Central Coast for the last 40 years and has found that art has provided her with a creative outlet as well as a stress relief during her downtime after a busy week at work. Lisa has completed various art and craft making courses over the years stemming back to her university days where she studied a Fine Arts Degree in Newcastle. Lisa has studied in Fabric Design, Natural Illustration and Majored in Printing; etching, as well as completing interest studies in watercolours, calligraphy, photography, enamilling, jewellrey making and beading. For the past few years Lisa has explored her interest in glass mosaics and glass fusing and has enjoyed working with different colours, patterns, shapes and textures.

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    • Ceramics
    • Glass
    • Jewellery
  • Rose Burke

    Rose Burke

    Rose has been working with warm or kiln fired glass for the past 30 years. From her studio on the Mid North Coast of NSW she produces a range of individually designed fused glass items including functional bowls and plates, sculptural pieces and wearable art.

    Rose has been a finalist in the Out back Art Prize and participated in various exhibitions around Australia. Her work has been sold in galleries Australia wide and also sourced by local, state and federal government for official gifts for events such as APEC and the Asia Pacific Cities Summit.


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    • Glass
  • Diane Burley

    Diane Burley

    Hi My name is Diane Burley. I have had an interest in creating craft since my mother introduced me to knitting making my first garment when I was 8. I persued my interest making garments for my family and friends. After my retirement I joined the Creative Craft group displaying and selling my creations on craft days and exhibitions at the Regional Gallery. I am probably known for my decorated tea cosies winning the Morpeth tea cosy competition and the Lions Club Tea cosy Expo at Woy Woy. In recent years I have turned my hand to other things. One of them being working with Alcohol ink making jewellery and tile coasters. As a member of the Arty Crafters group my work is now part of regular exhibitions in the Community Gallery.

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    • Glass
    • Jewellery
  • Carolyn Martin

    Carolyn Martin

    Carolyn moved to the Central Coast from her home in the Blue Mountains in 2011.

    Jewellery and its endless variety has always fascinated her, with her aim to create wearable, unique pieces Carolyn utilises diverse materials; fibre, paper, wire, beads and found objects such as sea glass and a variety of techniques. Currently, she mainly works with fused glass and wire. The process of transforming raw materials to finished object is endlessly fascinating.

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    • Glass
    • Jewellery
  • Cristine Kilner

    Cristine Kilner

    Christine Kilner's love of colour and light has led her to spend more than 3 decades creating windows, door panels, lamps and mirrors for people's homes. She has also made a lot of leadlight for the Ettalong Market/Motel/Cinema complex, and is particularly proud of her States of Australia project of 2005, upstairs near the cinemas.

    The colourful butterflies you see here in the gallery are still winging their way between friends as tokens of love and freedom.

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    • Glass