Autumn Artisan Markets- Meet our Stall holders

Reaping what you sow is what autumn is all about. The Autumn Artisan Markets at Eden are building on their success with another wonderful market scheduled for the 3rd April.
This time, we are including a new crop of artists in the mix, with everything from ceramics and glass, to textiles and tasty treats. Some fresh stall holders mixed with our favourite “keepers”.
Reworked, up-cycled, inspiring works in glass by artist Karina Vallins, framed and fabulous. All pieces are unique one of a kind artworks designed and handcrafted. Her jewellery is considered wearable art! The designs are fresh and contemporary with colours reflecting the happiness of Sydney beaches. Some of her works will be glass plates, glass heart pictures, glass crosses and glass jewellery.
Romanda is a ceramic artist who creates wonderful works using our Australian native plants as a muse. Romanda imprints clay with classic blooms to make marvellous plates, bowls and wearable pieces.
Anna Lloyd is a freelance illustrator and artist based in Sydney, specialising in native animals and flora. Her incredible works will be included in this Autumn’s market.

Capturing the beauty of flowers by pressing, preserving & framing blooms.
And brand new to the market scene is Kerin Smalley. 
@kerincreates, her crafts and textiles include hand made aprons, baby bibs and nappy covers ,  baby gifts such as teething rings as well as  scrunchies all with beautiful floral and fruit fabrics.  
We welcome back…
Pod & pod by artist Julie Hickson Julie’s work is based on her graphic and often botanically themed works on canvas - and a range of cards archival prints and other giftware.
Always beautiful, these award winning, hand woven scarfs in baby alpaca, cashmere, silk, created by Gerardo and Alicia will again be at Eden. Wraps and blankets are all stitched by hand. This duo also knit and crochet beautiful toys and lovely, elegant dolls.
For lovers of Liberty of London, check out Jill Knox’s covered coat hangers, patchwork scarves, gardening aprons, glasses cases, zippered pouches, tote bags, tea cosies, peg bags, book sleeves, lingerie and shoe bags, quilts and more.  
Wendy’s quirky earrings and Greg’s ceramics are one offs.
100% cotton hand screen printed tea towels, aprons and tote bags. All items are limited edition prints and new for March 2022 and are environmentally themed.
Be bewitched by her Wombats and Weedy Sea Dragons on coloured tea towels printed in white and black print, last chance to grab Dragonfly Flurry and Jacki the Turtle, or dive in with the newly launched Splashy Collection of cards, featuring colourful splashes behind some  Wildcard-Sue favourites including Vonny the Frog, Steve the Leafy Sea Dragon, and the new Amanda the Quoll, Queenie the Bee and Persephone the Pelican.
Also available, and extended range of A4 Limited Edition Fine Art Prints, stickers and other goodies featuring Wildcard-Sue Australian native wildlife illustrations.
But wait, there’s more!!
Carmela Creates is the maker of Beeswax Wraps and Soap using honey and beeswax from our beehives, ceramic soap dishes, crocheted linen soap savers and body cloths.
Blossomfloralstylist will be selling some fresh florals in some lovely modern ceramic pots, as well as my floral art cards & some limited edition prints. 
They also have some unique birdsnest hanging wreaths as well as some traditional style floral wreaths. 
Unique, handcrafted, statement jewellery, by contemporary artist and jewellery designer Sandra Renate. Made with love in Sydney, Australia
And Nicole of Originally Nic is looking forward to trading at the beautiful Eden Gardens Autumn market.  She will have many of her creations available including original paintings and ceramics for the home and garden plus recent product lines of tea towels and selected prints. Spend $100 and she will include one of her flannel flower tea towels till stock runs out.
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Sarah Taylor from Natura Jewellery has some bespoke and affordable options on hand.
By: Meredith Kirton