Wednesday, 16 December 2009

what will you get for Xmas?

Hmmm, not to sure about that!

Saturday December 19th is our final Makers Market for 2009.
What a year it's been. We've done lots of work, and changed the name to make the market more identifiable. I think it has worked; we have a waiting list for stallholders, and there has been a huge increase in visitors to the Banyule Art Space.

We have over 30 stalls for Saturday. They include:
Katrina Lee - handbags and purses
Teresa Bennett - hand spun, hand knitted goodies
Julie Joyce - unique tea cosies, ironing board covers (36 sizes - who knew?)
Julie macmillan - most beautiful wedding accessories you ever saw
Cathy Sofarnos - baby quilts
Mieke Boynton - photography, cards
Kanella Tsirbas - silver jewellery
Stefaan Van Nunnen - artisan chocolates
Smiljan Kostic - wood turning, pyrography, handmade boxes
Shirley Barker - precious gem stone jewellery and toys for Kelti Indian charity
Lene Kuhl-Jacobsen - ceramics
Margaret Edwards - swarkovski crystal jewellery
Senia Kazar - ceramics
Michelle Garibaldi - fudge and turkish delight (yummo)
Christina Stewart - soy candles (the christmas blend is particularly nice)
Gill Peterson - slumped glassware
Di Bloomfield - glass jewellery
Inese Norvelis - paperwork
Alex Sanders - fabric passport covers, notebooks, cushions
Heather May - ceramics
Sophia Koulbanis - gem stone jewellery
Laila Fernandez - Indian sweets
Angie Davidson-Slater - natural soaps, lotions and balms
Nicole Sumner - glass jewellery, artworks
Douglas Blane - African beaded objets d'art
Patracia Bove - terracotta pots
Lesley Aurousseau - handmade childrens wear

There is definitely something for everyone this week! Come along, and support local artists.
10.00am - 4.00pm at Banyule Art Space, plenty of free parking, great coffee and cake at Cafe Ivanhoe just down the road!

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