The Huon Valley is fortunate that many creative Artists and Makers call it home.
We love to feature local creatives and encourage you to follow their links to learn more about their practice and products.
If you are interested in being listed, please complete the Creative Huon Application form and submit it to Council’s Arts and Culture Officer via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information please call the Arts and Culture Officer on 6264 0300.
Ross Patston-Gill is a renowned artist and teacher creating unique artistic pieces featuring the breath-taking colours and textures of Tasmania's unique timbers. The hollow vessel is his signature work showcasing these rare forest jewels. Ross continues his exploration through sculpture and mixed media to highlight the hidden beauty within the timbers.
Contemporary wildlife artist
Studio potter in Deep Bay, Tasmania.
Lisa Britzman, Artisan Ceramic Studio. Functional and decorative Raku Fired pots and bespoke brightly coloured porcelain jewellery and pots.
Fairytale castle and surrounding art and sculpture - under construction in Geeveston
Creation of glass art by cutting, fusing and slumping glass in kilns
Contemporary Realist in Waterloo. An established award winning artist exhibiting since 1985, working predominately from life in acrylic on board
Showcasing local and national artists including Lysbeth Driessen, Jan Wedervang, Vivienne Dick and Brian Looker
John Osborne, block printer (linocuts, linoetching & gyutaku) at the Geeveston Visitor Centre
Ceramic workshop and display at Southport
Visual media artist in paintings, photographs, lino prints and ceramics
Fine Art & Photography
Visual artist working in oils, pastel, ink drawing and photography, showcasing Tasmanian landscape.
Tasmanian Contemporary Landscape Artist
Wire based sculptures of horses and other things by Nick Adams of Cygnet
Darren is a sculptor using stone, timber and steel to create large sculptures.
Ruth is a painter/sculptor, depicting the Huon Valley and surrounds.
Functional and sculptural ceramics handmade in Southport
Printmaking, painting and drawing as well as experimental art by combining traditional and contemporary crafts and technologies
Pondok Seni is the HR factor. It is a creative partnership in art works using varies of medium, including metal, glass, ceramics, painting and textile pieces, mostly created in Howard & Rino's studio workshop in Geeveston
Designer and maker of contemporary furniture and homewares from Tasmanian wood
Original oil paintings / gallery, glass jewellery. fine arts print. Resident artist Richard Stanley, has operated in Cygnet for over 22 years.
Caroline is a textile designer and screen printer creating bespoke artisanal pieces for the body and home. Her work is inspired by the textures and colours of the natural world.
Jennifer Magno is a Tasmanian artist and creative freelancer, who combines a love for Tasmania's flora and fauna, vintage natural history illustration and organic tones to create soft, whimsical works using watercolour and gouache.