Extensive valley views, tranquil gardens and metal sculpture installations

  • Eastbourne Art
  • Eastbourne Art
  • Eastbourne Art
  • Eastbourne Art

The road to Berowra Waters will take you on to the ‘Eastbourne Art’ experience. Enter the property through a small established vineyard with extensive valley views, across a field and then on down to a large studio/shed full of colour. Fabric, paint, screens & squeegees. It is here that Trish Fraunfelter creates & hand prints fabric & the individual items that become her quirky home wares range known as Eastbourne Art. The property has lovely tranquil gardens with a collection of metal garden art installations designed to compliment each other.

Our Art

  • Screen printed textiles and homewares
  • Contemporary jewellery
  • Carved sandstone garden embellishments
  • Finely crafted ceramics
  • Sculptural glass works
  • Wines from a local heritage winery
  • Metal and wire sculptures

Our Location

Extensive valley views, tranquil gardens and metal sculpture installations.

12 Charltons Creek Rd, Berrilee NSW 2159, Australia.

Eastbourne Art

Our Artists

Trish Fraunfelter’s Eastbourne Art is one of the studios which will be part of this year’s Arcadian Artists Exhibition and Art Trail.

“We are aware that our trail and exhibition has become an event which is highly regarded by Sydney’s creative community. We constantly seek out new artists and are fortunate to have the pick of some of Sydney’s best talent,” says Trish.

If you are simply looking for a day out in the country looking at beautiful artworks and scenery along the way, don’t miss Trish’s beautiful Berrilee property where you can wander among the vineyards and purchase some handmade edible gifts.

Trish Fraunfelter
Trish FraunfelterTextile illustrator and printer
Living in the beautiful, natural environment of Berrilee, Trish Fraunfelter’s illustrations are a reflection of all that surrounds her. The creative influence of both the environment and the tactile organic nature of screen printed textiles have become Eastbourne Art, the outlet for her designs.

Barry McLoughlan and Lee Adams- Wired for Living
Barry McLoughlan and Lee Adams- Wired for LivingMetal artists
Growing up and living in rural Victoria, Barry McLoughlan, from a farming background and Lee Adams, a garden and interior designer have been working together as Wired for Living for over 15 years.
Participating in numerous group and solo exhibitions, they have travelled to South Australia, ACT and New South Wales with the former Open Gardens Australia, exhibiting at their major events and have recently been part of the Sydney Collectors’ Plant Fair in Hawkesbury.
Nicole Miranda
Nicole MirandaCeramic artist
Nicole Miranda of Originally Nic is a Sydney Graphic and Visual Artist plus Ceramicist inspired predominantly by nature; largely Australian flora and fauna. Nic has been creating and selling her original pieces for over twenty years through exhibitions, craft shows, markets, selected stores and galleries. She likes to create and produce original paintings in a variety of mediums plus design and produce earthenware ceramic items which she either hand builds or slipcasts. These include table tops, tiles, homewares, garden art and jewellery. The hand built pieces are each quite unique and most often are imprinted with plant material and other interesting forms either grown by Nic or collected locally.
Stuart Weir
Stuart WeirStonemason
Stuart is a fully licensed structural landscaper whose passion is working creatively with stone of all types. From a sandstone retaining wall to a property name entry plate; from a delicate ,unique hand crafted candle holder to a rugged fire pit surround or sandstone seat, each piece has Stuart’s unique personal touch. Each piece can bring a sense of individuality to every property or entertaining area.
Annita Keating
Annita Keating
I started as an Art photographer photographing in Black and White, spending many hours in the dark room capturing hints on composition and chiaroscuro for pictorial effects.
Finding a place at the Hawkesbury River i started drawing and painting what i used to do as a child, so more than 25yrs ago i decided to start drawing and painting capturing light and reflections from my surroundings of water, caves and bush-lands.

Gemelle Madigan
Gemelle Madigan
Water has always fascinated me. I am mesmerized by the fluidness and the way light skips across and reflects onto the surface. But how to capture this shine? This inner light?
These thoughts lead me naturally to use gold and silverleaf in my work…. i worked on canvas but moved naturally to paper as i wondered how water felt on the inside. I loved the mysteries that were shown to me of this inner world of water using these new techniques…..
Louise Martiensen
Louise MartiensenPotter
LouiseM studio is the ceramics practice of designer/maker Louise Martiensen. This Sydney-based creative’s objective is to bring beautiful handmade ceramics into your home and your daily use, firmly believing that your favourite pieces should be the ones you get out every day, and not what remains in the cupboard with the lament ‘it’s too nice to use’. Each piece is made lovingly by hand in Louise’s Marrickville studio using the slip-casting technique, and embellished with individual pressings, carvings and colouring.
Annaliesa Horne
Annaliesa HornePainter
Annaliesa Horne is a Sydney based artist who draws upon fragments of the everyday and makes it extra-ordinary. Her works are a blend of realism and surrealism, strongly based on her interests in dream states and memories. Emotionally charged and ambiguous, her works hint at the beauty of everyday wonders and the possibilities of the unknown.
Eastbourne Art

Images From Our Exhibiting Artists

Trish Fraunfelter

Trish Fraunfelter

Gemelle Madigan

Gemelle Madigan

Stuart Weir, Stonemason

Stuart Weir

Nicole Miranda, Ceramic artist

Nicole Miranda

Annaliesa Horne – PainterAnnaliesa Horne

Barry McLoughlan and Lee Adams- Wired for Living

Wired for Living

Louise Martiensen- Soft various topdownLouise Martiensen

Annita Keating

Annita Keating