Profiles

Founder of the internationally renowned Bungendore Wood Works Gallery, David Mac Laren is a designer and maker who has exerted a unique and powerful influence on the Australian woodworking scene.

Geoff Hannah’s latest major cabinet took over six years to build and features an array of precious wood, stone, gems worked into elaborate marquetry and veneered patterns. Story by Linda Nathan.

A visit to the joint exhibition of work by Aleph Geddis and Robert Moore at Heiser Gallery in Brisbane.

Building custom guitars and teaching others to do the same has been Gerard Gilet's lifetime passion.

An interview with (and advice from) one of the judges for this year's secondary school student competition

An interview with one of this year’s judges who also has a few tips for entrants.

An exhibition of contemporary and traditionally inspired chairs formed a small but hugely popular exhibition shown at Craft ACT from February to March in 2006.

A profile of highly acclaimed Canberra wood artist Michael Retter.

Benjamin Reddan's Awakening of a Dream is a 360° viewing cabinet that can function as an ikebana or incense cabinet.

Product and marketing initiatives continue to drive the ongoing success of the Triton brand.

The second in a three-part feature showcases Frank van Brunschot's intricate Collector's Cabinet which was influenced by 18th and 19th century furniture design.

A multitude of drawers, secret compartments that are ornamented with intricate inlay and marquetry define Martin Burgoyne's Curiosity Cabinet.

This year's JamFactory ICON series exhibition celebrates the work of one of South Australia's leading contemporary artists and jewellers.

The loss of this great West Australian wood artist will be felt by many.

Three makers combine to create a piece whose form and contents represent the pinnacle of their work.