After the incredible popularity of the Marri range of home, office, sculpture and architectural artwork, Wayne has a new Princess Gum to add to the range.
The new Princess range is 100% recycled steel and copper wire. The copper is reclaimed from old extension cords from the workshop. It is a stunning combination that adds an air of celebration to the artworks.
Already, we have 3 leaf and 6 leaf pieces available, and on the way are serviette holders, table runners with blue wrens and other home and office wears.
Come into the Gallery Giftshop (Fridays and Saturdays) or come and visi...
Jalmer letterboxes allow you to show your personality with custom-designs to suit your home or office. We use cutouts or sculptural elements to create a entry feature, as well as allow visitors to find you at night. Lockable, secure, waterproof and holds up to A3 size envelopes. Finish is UV-stable, auto-grade paints in a unique Jalmer 'rust-look' finish. We can do full boxes or front plates to suit your style.
Wayne Jeffery is working on a new range of beautiful mirrors designed to reflect back nature, to add a beautiful home entry or landscape statement.
Just hitting the Gallery shop is a new Marri Mirror (pictured), which is approximately 570mm wide by 1m tall and 30mm deep. Branches grow organically around the mirror, making it feel like a living, breathing piece.
Another mirror 'Natures Reflection' was snapped up at the 'So Unexpected' Exhibition at opening night last August.
Wayne is also working on cheval (floor standing) mirrors and new art frames.
"From a design point of view, mirrors are reall...
Wayne Jeffery has just released a new range of blue wren homewares which are now on display at John Miller Collective Gallery in Margaret River.
The new range includes serviette holders, desk sets (both large and small, sculptures and even just a single bird. A small test run of a few pieces sold out within a few weeks, showing the demand for such items.
"I just love the vibrancy and energy of the blue wren, and just can't help stopping and enjoying watching whenever the birds make an appearance in our garden. I love working with the blue and the copper colours of the female and creating scene...
Rather than filling a gap where the hot summer sun hits thier balcony with an extension of awning, this Mandurah client decided to do something a bit special.
After seeing Jalmer at the last HIA Home Show, they made contact to see if we could build a piece of artwork on a hinge, that could close over and block out the harsh afternoon sun, and then be opened as a piece of wall art for other times of the day.
Shown in the closed position, this artwork features local fauna, such as the pelican, pink snapper and whiting, which are common to the Mandurah water systems.