Here are five more!
Everybody loves Pip Lincolne! Prolific blogger, author of four successful books and owner of one of Melbourne’s longest-running handmade retail stores, Meet Me At Mikes, Pip is well known in the craft community as a generous, positive and creative woman! In her unmistakable prose, Pip shares her tips for surviving in retail and as a craft practitioner, and her journey to becoming a published author.
Kristen Doran is one of Australia’s most well-known boutique fabric designers. Her locally-screen printed, ethically-produced all-natural basecloths feature her original bold designs and many a fan make fabulous things from them! Kristen balances her label with freelance graphic design work and raising her two sons, keeping us abreast of it all via her blog.
Marian Hosking has had a long and illustrious career as a jeweller, silversmith and educator in this field. Her work, inspired by flora and natural shapes and landscapes, is held in a number of national and international gallery collections and has won numerous awards. Marian shares with us details of how she creates and chooses to exhibit her work, and her thoughts on refining one’s work as a craftsperson.
Clare Lancaster has worked in the online sphere her entire career, and currently runs the popular blog Women in Business, writes for Problogger and develops online workshops and products targeted at women running online businesses. She offers her thoughts on running an independent business, the wide world of social media marketing, and what has surprised her about running her own online businesses.
Maryann Talia Pau is hot property at the moment. In a relatively short career as an artist and weaver, her work has already been featured at the NGV International amongst other well-known galleries. In fact, Maryann seems to have a new exhibition opening every second week! But in reality it is her true passion for her work, her community and her creative spirit that is evident in Maryann’s interview. She offers invaluable advice to up-and-coming artists and craftspeople.
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