Paper Ivy Stall at The Finders Keepers Autumn Winter Markets 2014

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I had a great time at The Finders Keepers art and design market this long weekend. It was my first time there as a stall-holder and I was a bit nervous, but there was such a good crowd of people there that I got comfortable pretty quickly.  I met some really nice people, got some great feedback, had some interesting conversations and I hope it’s a the first of many Finders Keepers for Paper Ivy.

Here are some photos of my stall set up and a peek at some of the new designs I made for this market. There are lots! I’ll post some more detailed photos soon.

The Paper Ivy table at The Finders Keepers.

The Paper Ivy table at The Finders Keepers. Since it was my first Finders Keepers, I got into the Debut section. It was a small space and a challenge to get a little of everything in, but I think it worked out really well.

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The shelf I reserved for displaying items: A boxed stationery set, lots of pendants and some walnut and sterling silver earrings.

Wooden Laser Cut Brooches

Wooden Laser Cut Brooches

New Stockist: The WAG (Warrnambool Art Gallery)

I’m very pleased to announce that Paper Ivy stationery and wearables are now available at The Warrnambool Art Gallery shop.

The WAG Shop - Screenshot from: www.thewag.com.au

Screenshot from: www.thewag.com.au

Here is what you could expect from a visit to the shop:

“Our carefully selected stock is a snap shot of the best in local, Melbourne made and Australian design. Our range includes lifestyle products that will enhance the home, quirky stationery to put some fun into the everyday, and the best children’s ‘make and do’ toys guaranteed to entertain budding young artists. Plus we have handpicked a selection of publications celebrating art making and creative thinking within the south west.”
www.thewag.com.au

Here is what you can expect from the gallery collection:

“With almost 2000 artworks ranging from European salon paintings of the 1800s, colonial artworks and indigenous artefacts, to the Melbourne Modernists of the 1940s and contemporary art, the Warrnambool Art Gallery continues to inspire audiences as it has since the 19th century.”
www.thewag.com.au

Here is where they are:
Warrnambool Art Gallery
26 Liebig Street
Warrnambool
VIC 3280

And how you can contact them:
T: +61 3 5559 49 49
E: gallery@warrnambool.vic.gov.au

Visit their website (it’s very good) for more information.
http://www.thewag.com.au/