One of the most longstanding and popular studios on the Golden Plains Arts Trail.
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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.
Over the last eight or so years I have been enjoying my card making for family and friends. The craft is enjoyable, soothing, satisfying and a wonderful way to socialise and meet new people. It is a craft that can be done at home as well as being easily transportable to other crafting venues around Victoria and even aboard a crafting cruise!
My whole life I have been interested in different craft techniques. I feel very fortunate that I came to Australia and learnt about the Indigenous culture and was able to learn how to weave.
My personal journey in clay began over 15 years ago . Started with the "Ceramic " fad. I decided I wanted to learn how to make my own pots instead of using the slipcast ware we were given .
Lyn has exhibited extensively including at Geelong's Winter Garden, the Art Is Gallery ,COPAC, Lorne Bienalle (Small Sculpture), and from 2013 - 2015 she was an artist in residence at Geelong College's Middle School.