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.
At the end of another year it is a good time to reflect on the good....and the not-so-good.... that has lead us to where we are now. All poised and awaiting an exciting 2016! Wayne Jeffery has created some amazing artworks, most of which have been incorporated into architectural features - gates, fences, balustrades - to homes all over Perth. The most popular for 2015 has been his organic grape vine design. The photo shown was installed in East Perth, and when sitting on th
This is the proud new owner of a Kim Fitzpatrick original surfboard and illuminated art glass sculptural statement. The wave stand is a Wayne Jeffery recycled art sculpture, to give the illusion of the board dancing on the waves.
Kim has just delivered this unique board to its new home in Bunbury Western Australia. The family were visiting Wills Domain Winery in Yallingup, Western Australia when they fell in love with this one-off art piece and just had to have it.
All of Wayne's art has a story and we find there is one person out there who just says 'they have to have it!' This piece was no different. Wayne built the stand a few years ago, originally intended to be an umbrella stand but it just didn't 'work'. So it was set aside until the right inspiration surfaced... The turtle was built as a test for Wayne, who loves recreating nature from recycled steel. Again, his intention was to put it into a console table for the gallery, but
The overwhelming feedback from the Home Show was that it was great to see some locally-produced work, which is becoming harder to find. If you want to see some interesting handcrafted stalls, come down to the Mosman Park Mens shed on the 15th March 2015 from 9.30 - 3pm. Jalmer will have a stall and we will be showing some sculpture and other homecrafts. Plus have a look through one of the largest mens sheds in WA. Great family day out - lots for the kids including face paint
Home Shows give an insight into what interesting projects people are working on and where the new trends are in making a house a home. This year, the interesting trend was making man caves - but with a difference. No longer a bit of plywood for insulation, an old couch off the verge pickup and a rattly old bar fridge. Now it seems the man cave has come of age, complete with quality finishes, appliances, state-of-the-art technology and even art that appeals to the man of the