Flax sculptor Chris George and his partner Kaye Blaker live a simple life in a converted shed tucked up in the hills of the Bay of Plenty, growing their own food and making unique flax creatures for galleries and markets, and on Felt as The Caretaker.
Joanna of Small & Loud says “As a child I always imagined having my own business, selling my own handmade crafty things. Funny how things work out!” The inspiration for her business was formed when hunting for a birthday present for her nephew. Unable to … Read more »
Hello there! This friendly pair of Tauhou or Silvereyes by Brooke Hartigan is available as an A4 giclee print on matt paper, ready to be framed.
Working from her Blueskin Bay studio, full-time artist Liz Abbott draws inspiration for her original oil paintings, pastels and prints from the landscape around her. A well-known New Zealand painter, Liz’s regularly exhibited and award-winning art can be found in public and private collections throughout … Read more »
These beautiful native bird artworks from Liz Abbott Art are made by hand at every step of their creation…
Gorgeous native bird print tea towels and totes from NineteenA Design…
Every now and then on Felt we meet a maker who has a truly extraordinary story to tell. Kim Annan of NZ Art is one such artist.
Native Creative has just released a lovely collection of prints on wood, featuring new designs of kereru on puriri, kotuku and huia on karaka. These art block versions are printed onto beautiful birch plywood and make a stunning modern collection hung together (there are eight designs to choose from) – or you can buy them as prints on bamboo veneer