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, Vanessa
Joan Kerr described her as:"A contemporary Sydney zine cartoonist, Vanessa produces 'Psychobabble' - one of the longest established zines. It's likely that Vanessa chose her ...
, Peggy Stokes P/L
Peggy Stokes P/L was the business name of two unidentified sisters based in Bowral NSW who made furniture and furnishings for the interior designer Hilda ...
, BECO Lighting Pty Ltd
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Aarons, Anita, b. 1912
Anita Aarons had a diverse career working as a jeweller, sculptor, art administrator, radio commentator, teacher and art editor for an architecture publication, while living ...
Abbakoyok, Alma, b. 1949
Indigenous artist from the Kunwinjku tribe born in 1949. Abbakoyok is known for her plaiting and dyeing work with woven string baskets.
Albanis, Jenni, b.
Jenni Albanis was a Melbourne quilt maker who was active in the 1980s. The daughter of a dress-maker, Albanis was part of the Australian Quilter’s ...
Alcorso, Claudio, b. 1913
Claudio Alcorso was the founder of Modernage Fabrics, Silk and Textile Printers in Rushcutters Bay, Sydney. Australian and NZ artists and designers produced prints including ...
Andrew, Florence
An apprentice dressmaker from Hurstville, New South Wales. Andrews designed and made a collection of ties between 1911–12.
Andrewartha, S.
S. Andrewartha was a furnishings and furniture maker based in Richmond, Victoria ca. 1923. The firm was founded in 1900 and remained in operation making ...
Arthur, Tom, b. 1946
Tom Arthur developed an artistic reputation from a series of intricately, and often theatrically composed installations of the 1970s and early 1980s which pinpoint a ...
Auchterlonie, William
William Aucherterlonie of Balgownie, New South Wales, made a violin in 1924. The wooden violin is held in the collection of the Powerhouse Museum, Sydney.