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PAT BRASSINGTON X CONTEMPORARY ART TASMANIA CERAMIC DISH
Designed by Pat Brassington and handmade by Studio Zona.
This is a handmade product and therefore each one is unique. Each dish comes packed in a gift box and is stamped with the makers' and artists mark on the underside.
Contemporary Art Tasmania X commissions artists to create limited edition objects (okay, merchandise) for sale in our gallery and online.
*Yes, its an ashtray but you can use it for whatever you like. Smoking is bad for you.
CONTEMPORARY ART TASMANIA X BRIGITA OZOLINS TEA TOWEL
Celebrate the day that Australia said “YES” to marriage equality and support local art.
100% Linen and printed in Tasmania.
Beyond the Field (still) Earrings | Carolyn Wigston X Champ Co.
Handmade from aeroplane tyre & recycled rubber offcuts.
Designed by Beyond the Field (still) artist Carolyn Wigston and handmade by Champ Co.
Each pair of earrings is unique, hand painted by Carolyn Wigston, and each pair is actually... two pairs! Designed to be worn separately, together or mix and match them for an asymmetrical look.
Limited edition of 30 | AU$80
Beyond the Field (still)
Curated by Anne Mestiz, Beyond the Field (still) presents the work of seventeen artists across two venues – Moonah Arts Centre and Contemporary Art Tasmania. The intention is to explore the work of contemporary artists whose practices sit in a similar genre to the ground breaking 1968, NGV exhibition, The Field. Exploring the variety of experiences that artists draw from, Beyond the Field (still) asks: what informs the work; what drives the artist; and what sensations do they seek to impart.
From Hilary Green's 2019 exhibition, Due Process (Contemporary Art Tasmania Project Space)
Limited edition of eight | $65
20% will go to the Bob Brown Foundation
Each t-shirt is a one off.
A protest exhibition by environmental artist, Hilary Green. The work is a response to the approval of a private enterprise development on Lake Malbena in the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area.
Microecology Matters (SOLD)
Wilderness is Wild
Overhaul Nature Laws (SOLD)
Opaque Expression (SOLD)
Don't Pinch an Inch
World Heritage Not for Sale
CAT X Hallison Pillow Cases
100% cotton and screen-printed in Tasmania by Inkpot Studios. Designed by Patrick Hall and Diane Allison exclusively for Contemporary Art Tasmania.
Limited edition of 60 sets | AU$50 (plus shipping)
Each package contains a pair of pillow cases for all your snoozing needs.
Patrick Hall and Diane Allison - Hallison Studios
For artists and partners Patrick Hall and Diane Allison it's not only their names that blend perfectly - it's their art practices, too. As partners they often contribute to and collaborate on art projects and design concepts.With careers now spanning several decades, this creative Tasmanian couple continues to produce emotive and thought provoking artworks for exhibitions and commissions - both public and private. Their works cross disciplines and include contemporary jewellery, graphic design, photography, printmaking, sculptural furniture and large scale art installations.
TRICKY WALSH X CONTEMPORARY ART TASMANIA IRON ON PATCHES
Available: 119Pick a Patch
TRICKY WALSH designed embroidered patches.
3x designs, available individually or in a pack of three.
Iron on and totally washable.
CONTEMPORARY ART TASMANIA X TOM O'HERN Tea Towel
Pure Linen tea towels, screenprinted in Tasmania.
Illustration by Tom O'Hern
CONTEMPORARY ART TASMANIA X is our flagship art object project. We work with Tasmanian artists to produce unique objects.
You can buy our products both online and in our North Hobart gallery.
Our hard-wearing cotton tote bag is both practical and fashionable.
Screen-printed in Tasmania.