The Lamia Artisan Workshops

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Leadlighting(21/10/2005)

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Copper Foiling (20/10/2005)

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Wrought Iron (18/10/2005)

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Ceramic Slipcasting(21/10/2005)

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Ceramic Handbuilding (20/10/2005)

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Photography (15/10/2005)

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Church

The Church shown on the left was planned to be my Workshop & Home, however when the old town shops (shown above) on the Sunrasia Highway became available I moved my Glass Workshops there with The Mallee Hen's front window becoming a display gallery for other local area artists. The rest will follow when I have built on behind and complete the conversion of back part of The Mallee Hen into a Ceramics Workshop and Studio.

This web site began life on February 15, 2007 and is being rebuilt and updated as you view. It should run for at least the next two years and I plan to keep it running after that for as long as I can. It is planned to to be a support site for those people from within and visiting our part of the Victorian Mallee that need contacts into the Artisan Arts. If you'd local and would like to contact me with details for an additional local craft site you would like to be added, please click here.