Writer, photographer, educator, explorer of places new, with a passion for adding fun back into life.
Be bowled over by a street of creative treasures
Sixth Street Handmade Artist Market is a whole street full of contemporary craft, handmade treasures and original artworks. Pick up some original Christmas presents, a little something for yourself, join in a free workshop and grab a good cuppa from Obsession Coffee.
This really is a 'Two for the Price of One' market. Around the back, Brews, Blues and BBQs will feature blokes cooking up a storm with their quirky barbeques. Add in a shed-crafted beer and they will make sure you have two handed enjoyment! Blacksmiths will be making the sparks fly and blues music will have your toes tapping.
Sixth Street Handmade features the following artists:
Josephine Leach - clothing Julie Frahm – handmade glass beads and jewellery Julie Wallace - glass Little Birdie Candles - handmade scented candles Maria Cundy – textiles Tangerine Meg - pen and watercolour paintings and prints
Murray Bridge Regional Art Society – painting, ceramics, textiles, photography, buttons
Natalie and Jean Spence – jewellery, notebooks, textiles One Thousand Lines – hand printed textiles, accessories and homewares
Pauline Hunter – mixed media
Penny Heighes – prints and cards Rarehare Designs – upcycled jewellery and homewares
Robyn Dunmall - baby quilts Rose Walker – ceramics
Russell Leonard – printed tea towels
Murray Bridge Regional Art Gallery. Photograph by JA Rossiter
It's all happening outside the Murray Bridge Regional Art Gallery, from 10.00am to 3.00pm on Saturday the 7th November.
Look out for the fabulous Sunshine Van art gallery and jewellery shop on wheels, Lisa the facepainter, irresistable Obsession Coffee, Dolce Vita's cakes, cheesecakes and Christmas puddings, and a super sausage sizzle provided by Rotary.
Has all this creativity inspired you? Join in the temporary public artwork, a giant chalk mural Mandala or help build a cubby house. Congratulations, your creativity is alive and you've caught the spirit of Sixth Street Handmade.