Why are we selling my gallery/studio?

 
Two reasons: 1) So I can be more flexible with my arts business (which is not for sale); and 2) So we can finish our house. We don’t owe anyone for anything and we want to keep it that way! Husband Ian has done most of the building so far by himself in his ‘spare’ time, except for concreting and some of the roof. And yes, we do have planning approval for a studio cabin!

To find out more, see our listing here.

I love dressing up the mannequins!

 Eco dyed goodness on display at Gone Rustic yesterday. Closed for a few days now, but you can still shop online at www.gonerustic.com.

Very happy with the result!

Yesterday I decided to turn part of the studio into a dedicated space for Gone Rustic Eco Fashions … here is a side view of the new studio window display. 

   

Looking through the doorway from the gallery into the studio. Love my suitcase collection!

 

A vintage ladder and shabby chic clothes racks showcase the eco fashion range.

  

I bought this hanging torso mannequin as one of a pair on eBay.

 

A vintage French armagnac barrel and Australian bentwood chair enhance the window display, along with some retro chrome hat stands and antique wooden finials.

 

opportunity for fibre + textile artists

I am offering a not-to-be-missed opportunity for Tasmanian fibre + textile artists to exhibit their work in my gallery.

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Click here to find out more!

I am also offering workshop and artist in residence opportunities.

Look forward to seeing some exciting artwork!

Rita Summers
Gone Rustic Studio + Gallery
St Marys Tasmania