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Art and Crafts Mudgee (A&CM) is run as a co-operative and all members that display their work in the gallery must in turn work there one day a month (or two). You have discretion as to how to price your work and A&CM take 20% commission on all sales. There is also a $40 co-op …
— Art and Crafts Mudgee in the historic Mudgee Railway Station showcases the work of local artists and artisans. Craftwork ranges from the decorative to the functional, while artworks range from ceramic sculpture to paintings from local artists, working in oils, acrylics and watercolour, in subjects including animals, local buildings, and rural life.
— Pyrography is the art of burning an image into wood with a heated implement. The word comes from the Greek, meaning “writing with fire”, from pur (fire) and graphos (writing), and the process has existed since the earliest eras of known history, in Egypt and among African tribes. Although the technology has advanced, there …
— Art and Crafts Mudgee is the best place in town to find the work of those quiet talents who are working away, making beautiful things, without trumpeting themselves and their talents. If you want to step out wearing a unique piece from a true artisan, take a look at the pieces on show from …
Knitted toys at Art and Crafts Mudgee
— Art and Crafts Mudgee is the perfect place to pick up a birthday present for children of every age. From baby booties to beautiful old-fashioned toys, Mudgee’s artisans offer handmade gifts you will find nowhere else.
— The Mudgee-Gulgong region is known for its kaolin clay, a white clay loved by both local potters and ceramicists from around the world. It has made the area, and Gulgong in particular, a hub for working potters. Art and Craft Mudgee is a place to see and buy the work of our talented potters.
— Des Howard’s Lue Pottery is situated in the village of Lue, 28km from Mudgee along the Lue Road to Rylstone. At the centre of a hectare of native garden is a pottery complex where clays and glazes are concocted, formed and fired into pots, plates, jugs and other porcelaneous stoneware. Most of the pottery’s …
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