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Fibre and Wood

In alphabetical order by surname.

Mark Caton
- Waihi

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Peter Coleman
- Thames

Donna Hansby
- Thames Artist

"Our Port Charles Bach sitting above the rocky shoreline is surrounded by Nikau.

We fish off the wharf, the rocks and from the boat always in the company of gulls, shags and other seabirds.

A place where I can be still and enjoy creating work from what I see and do."

Alan Jones
- Thames

"My interest in pottery started with mastering the wheel but over the years I became more interested in developing forms and shapes, building and sculpturing by hand. 

My wood turning skills also allow me to incorporate recycled native timbers into my art."

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Owen Marsh
- Ngatea


"I’m a semi retired tradesman who has developed an interest in wood work over the last 10 to 15 years.

I’ve made bespoke furniture in the past, mostly tables but am currently keen on making laminated breadboards of different shapes, made with contrasting pieces of both native and exotic timber."

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Raewyn Penrose

Raewyn Penrose
- Coromandel

"Raewyn designs and creates these beautiful, unique pieces using only the finest New Zealand natural fibres."

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