We display and sell art and craftwork on consignment. There is a steady flow of visitors to the Deloraine Creative Studios and many craftspeople rely on us to sell their wares. Most visitors, predominantly tourists, come to see craftspeople at work but tend to browse all our displays while here, and sales often result.
If you have craftwork that you wish to sell – particularly work that might appeal to tourists – contact DCS for conditions and terms.
Browse a gallery of present consignment works below.
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‘Proudly Tasmanian’ watercolour artist Chris Bolton has a fantastic selection of greeting cards and framed works on offer. Her range features a number of striking local scenes, as well as beautiful still life and animal paintings.
Sonja's work includes a number of oil on canvas paintings, such as the beautiful Cradle Mountain scene shown below. Also on display is a variety of stunning handmade bracelets, featuring Swarovski crystals and pearls.
A keen cooking and woodworking student during high school, retired chef Sue Pitchford has rekindled her passion for woodworking, creating a great range of quality pieces from her workshop at home.
John studied Art at TAFT College Sydney and has drawn and painted for most of his life. His preferred medium is to use is acrylics and pastels. His subjects range from seascapes, boats, birds and marine animals. Currently he is exploring a more abstract form. John is retired now and enjoys the peace his craft offers him. At present, John enjoys his passion fully now and greets visitors all year long.