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At Studio 125

At Studio 125 is one of Clunes’ newest art spaces. The studio is the concept of glass and jewellery artist Tony Redmond who has work with glass for many years. The space is a converted container located at 125 McDonalds Road. Tony’s glass work is both practical and beautiful so it can either be used or displayed. His jewellery takes the ancient art of chain and scale maille to new levels with statement pieces and day wear.
The studio is also home to hand woven scarves and other handcrafted items which are designed and made by June Redmond. The Redmond’s moved to Clunes more than a decade ago and would never consider moving away. Clunes is such a central place to live with a thriving arts and literature community which is supportive of new residents and new businesses.
Whether you are looking for a gift or a decorator piece the studio is well worth a browse.

Christowel Designs Gallery

Christowel Designs Gallery is situated in the serene surrounds of Hepburn Springs, nestled by natural mineral water springs, relaxing day spas and beautiful countryside.
At Christowel Designs you'll discover our range of eclectic homewares, unique gifts & chic accessories that provide a timeless reminder of your visit to the Daylesford & Macedon Ranges region.

Bowen & Kenneth

Bowen & Kenneth is a home decor & design boutique located in the heart of Daylesford, offering an eclectic range of homewares and furnishings ranging from bespoke furniture and artwork to locally crafted objects and unique finds.

  • 1/9 Howe Street Daylesford
  • 0353481678
  • Please contact us for public holiday trading.

Minna Graham Ceramics

Minna creates handmade, heartfelt functional ceramics. Come and visit a working pottery/ ceramics studio, view works on display and for sale.

Try your hand on the wheel or create by hand in a clay workshops, available upon request (minimum of 2 people, $100p/p 2hr workshop). Or just drop in to our lovely bush setting and enjoy the view or have a cuppa.

Minna Graham has been working as a professional ceramicist for about 10 years. Minna exhibits nationwide, is internationally collected and has been the recipient of numerous scholarships and awards. Minna has studied both in Australia and in Japan and continues to travel and train as well as produce in her contemporary style.

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