Our very talented board artisan Frank has been producing boards for around four years. His works consist of grazing boards, cutting boards, tabletops, and whatever people would like to order! Each piece is hand-crafted and finished to display the fine grains and colours within each piece of timber. He caters to all sizes and shapes with a variety of timbers available to choose from and to suit your budget. Very talented indeed!
Charlie Koala is a self-funded, not for profit advocacy with proceeds supporting the well-being of past and present servicemen and women with mental health issues, run by Charlie and Tom. In conjunction with Ian Coats, who is the official army artist of WA, Charlie Koala boasts an amazing selection of unique hand-made personalised framed prints. Charlie Koala’s vision is to establish methods of creating funds that can support in areas of recreation, wellness, and counselling. Visit Tom and Charlie and support a fantastic cause.
Commencing a few years ago as a hobby, Hobby Pix now boasts award-winning photography works, with being awarded the ‘Highly Commended Award for Landscape’ in the ‘Photographer of the Year 2019’ awards. Hobby Pix duo, Richard Kirby and Daniel Allbeury, specialise in drone photography and still photography respectively. Stunning photography work consists of WA locations such as Perth City, Esperance, Albany, Kalbarri, Coral Bay, Mandurah and Optus Stadium. Commissioned work is possible, and prints can be purchased framed or unframed.
A trained commercial artist from the UK, Ian Kallas discovered watercolours more than 12 years ago and now calls this love of relaxing artwork his retirement hobby. Ian admires how the colours blend and flow easily, and how the different shades and shapes form. He creates from pictures or composition, and his designs are available framed and ready to hang. Ian is a member of the Watercolour Society of WA, and the Armadale Society of Artists. You’ll also find his stunning artwork at local exhibitions.
Sandra Leach sold her first painting at the age of ten! Commencing at a young age with art classes, Sandra progressed onto professional artworks at the age of 18. She painted various commissioned work ranging from bush scenes and animals to portraits. Through the encouragement of her family, Sandra followed her art dream, and today her work consists of large original artworks to smaller limited edition paper prints. Come along and see for yourself the amazing and enlivening stories that Sandra tells through her art.