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Kathryn Spring

  • The Indignant Bunny
    Runic Necklace
  • The Indignant Bunny - Shattered Palette
    Shattered Palette
  • The Indignant Bunny - Spirit Box
    Spirit Box
  • The Indignant Bunny - Face plate
    Faces

About Me

Kathryn Spring is a Melbourne based jewellery artist, with a passion for shaping polymer clay into pieces of wearable art. In the Summer of 2012 she created 'The Indignant Bunny' fashioning polymer clay into simple pieces of jewellery. Over the past year her ethos has shifted from making simple accessories, to creating intricate pieces of wearable art, both large and small.
The Indignant Bunny is all about showcasing vivid colour combinations and turning polymer clay into fantastical pieces of wearable art.
the.indignant.bunny@gmail.com

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Airing of the Quilts
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Writing/Publishing
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South Trail

Nowadays to walk down Regent Street in Steiglitz is like walking amongst ghosts. Once the towns business and social centre, it is now a dirt track with few buildings remaining.  As other towns in the region are practically exploding at the seams with people seeking the charm of country life, the population of Steiglitz remains at 7- a number represented throughout this work.

Tony
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Sculptor
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North Trail

Tony has always been keen on building cubby houses. With a background in sculpture, prop making and design, it seemed natural that all these things would come together in a tiny house. Tony is a university lecturer by day and tiny house builder/sculptor by night.

freda
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Craft
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South Trail

I have always loved wool and started to spin when my girls were small. I progressed to weaving and felting after joining the Geelong Handweavers and Spinners Guild.
I have been fortunate in having the opportunity to exhibit samples of my work at local exhibitions, Geelong and Bendigo Shows and to have been a section winner at the Scarf Festival at the Geelong Wool Museum.

Sue
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Painting
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North Trail

I have been drawing all my life and received honours and awards during my school years. I sold my first painting, a watercolour at 16.
About four years ago I had my first formal lessons in soft pastels and haven’t looked back, winning an award at the Bannockburn Art Show in 2015.
I also love acrylics for a slightly abstract style.