Brian Looker’s working art studio + gallery, located in an old apple shed 2 km south of Geeveston.
Hand made furniture using traditional skills and techniques, local timbers.
The trendiest children’s clothing, stylish toys and unique accessories from the coolest kid’s brands online!
Hand-crafted blown art glass, fused glass and sculptures.
Previously the Forest and Heritage Centre, originally the Geeveston Town Hall, the Visitor Centre is an information hub for tourists visiting the Huon Valley, and a venue for the Twilight Feast and several local artists.
Gallery, picklery and coffee shop. Enjoy a grazing plate of preserves made from local, seasonal ingredients. Experience the photographic gallery.
John Osborne, block printer (linocuts, linoetching & gyutaku) at the Geeveston Visitor Centre.
Individualized and original costumes for gymnastics, dance, aerobics, circus and skating.
There are many different artisans and local crafts people producing articles for sale at Makers On Church St.
A creative partnership between Howard Whitehead and Rino Nobel, Pondok Seni is the HR factor.
Geeveston’s original wooden statues were carved by Bernie Tarr and another artist. There are seven of Tarr’s pieces in various places around the main part of the town, plus a number of others by unknown artists.
An artist-run Studio Gallery with guest exhibitions throughout the year. We also carry a range of locally made and designed ceramics, textiles, handspun wool, jewellery, aromatherapy and a selection of crystals.
I buy and sell vintage, retro, old stuff. I love it all! I’m located at Geeveston, next to the lolly shop, and at the Cygnet Market twice a month.
Teddy Bear Artist, decorative painting, charcoal drawing, watercolour and acrylic painting.