Dural Mosaic Studio

Dural Mosaic Studio 2017-11-07T03:16:46+00:00

Set amongst natural rural gardens, designed stonework and eclectic ebellishments.

  • Dural Mosaic Studio
  • Dural Mosaic Studio

Dural Mosaic Studio is situated in one of the rugged, hidden bushland areas of Dural.

The introduction to visitors is through it’s strikingly inspirational Mosaic entrance.

The natural style gardens have been designed to create large, diverse areas of interest. Sculpture & mosaic installations are combined with native & exotic planting, bush rock & water features.

A family home that over the past five years has evolved and will continue to do so and will continue with Denise guiding the progress.

Denise’s studio space is situated in the very front of the house to capture the northerly aspect and is alive with beautiful finished mosaic pieces, colourful glass, paint & tiles destined to be included eventually in one of her intricate creations.

Our Location

Set amongst natural rural gardens, designed stonework and eclectic embellishments.

34 Muraban Rd, Dural, NSW, 2158 Australia

Our Art

  • Framed embroidered artworks
  • Framed felted artworks
  • Mosaic urns, bird baths and wall hangings
  • Intricate drawings featuring Australian flora and fauna
  • Textured ceramic homewares
  • Glass sculpture and jewellery

Our Artists

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Denise Robinson
Denise RobinsonMosaics
Having always been interested in arts and craft, it wasn’t until later in life that the opportunity came to experiment with different mediums. Mosaic has been a big part of my life for the past 15 years, from teaching to creating commission works. My aim with the Arcadian Artists trail is to produce mosaic works in a variety of styles which are also affordable. Looking forward to meeting you at the trail and sharing my knowledge and passion with you.
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Rae Woolnough
Rae WoolnoughTextile Artist
Rae’s experiments in felt making explore different techniques and textural directions. Using various processes, she creates artworks, vessels and sculptures that attempt to draw the viewer in to closely examine and explore the finer details of each piece.
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Meredith Woolnough
Meredith WoolnoughTextile Artist
Meredith Woolnough’s elegant embroidered traceries capture the beauty and fragility of nature in knotted embroidery threads. Through a delicate system of tiny stitches she creates intricate and complex openwork compositions that are then carefully pinned in shadowboxes like preserved specimens.
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Lesley Davies
Lesley DaviesArtist
Lesley specialises in detailed pencil drawings of trees, nudes and drapes. She also produces a range of watercolours and acrylics featuring ‘cute’ interpretations of Australian wildlife. Some of these artworks have been produced as a range of greeting cards, prints, placemats, mugs and baby wear.
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Ruth Fugar
Ruth FugarPottery Artist
Growing up in a rural lifestyle where I spend, and still spend majority of my time outdoors immersed in nature, it was only inevitable that nature and the wider environment remains as the biggest inspiration for my ceramic works. Often described as primitive, rustic, tribal and folky, my artist practice tends to reflect my eye for detail, love of texture and a willingness to explore what is capable within the ceramics medium.
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Carole-Anne Lunn
Carole-Anne LunnGlass artist
My interest in Art & Art History has been with me since school days. In 1995 Curtin University, Perth WA accepted my application to study full time in Sculpture as a mature age student. I was 55. At Curtin I was introduced to the ‘beauty of glass’ and graduated in 1998 with a BA majoring in Glass & Clay.
Since that time my work has received several awards & has been purchased both nationally & internationally.

Images From Our Exhibiting Artists

Denise Robinson, Mosaic artist

Denise Robinson

Rae Woolnough, Textile Artist

Rae Woolnough

Meredith Woolnough, Textile artist

Meredith Woolnough

Lesley Davies, painter

Lesley Davies

Ruth Fugar, Pottery Artist

Ruth Fugar

Carole-Anne Lunn

Carole-Anne Lunn