Julieta Denise hails from Brisbane and channels her passion for connection into her functional ceramic creations at Ever Ceramics. Her pieces frequently showcase small glimpses of clay, intentionally exposed through the glaze, fostering a profound connection with the elemental materials that compose each vessel.
Jessica Nothdurft is a Brisbane-based jeweller and artist known for her unique and innovative designs. Her jewellery is a reflection of her creative mind, with a focus on free-form and raw pieces.
Jesse Irwin, a visual artist and entrepreneur, designs eye-catching enamel pins depicting native Australian flora and fauna, as well as Brisbane landmarks. These pins aim to both entertain and increase appreciation of environmental and social issues.
Growing up surrounded by Mt Coot-tha bushland, artist and illustrator Ingrid Bartkowiak, easily found inspiration in the nature of her own backyard. Working with watercolours and oils, Ingrid paints a whimsical world of native flora and fauna.
Based in a 50s blue house with a terracotta roof in the leafy Brisbane suburb of Bardon, Blue House Porcelain founder Simon Suckling, takes inspiration from his surrounding environment. Specialising in decorative tableware made entirely by hand, each piece is thoughtfully designed to be both functional and beautiful.
Maddison Bygrave is an emerging jeweller working on Dharumbal Country who is breaking the boundaries of wearable art. Maddison reflects on her Dharung culture through her work as she creates exquisite jewellery out of materials such as possum skin, sterling silver and freshwater pearls.