Naturally Millie Ma

An interview with Rowena of Naturally Millie Ma.   Naturally Millie Ma can be found at Stall site 277 Salamanca Market every Saturday. What does Naturally Millie Ma make and sell? Artisan Soaps and Body Products that are made with Tasmanian Extra Virgin Olive Oil and locally sourced raw ingredients.   Tell us a bit Read more…

Made by Hand

Made by Hand can be found at Stall site 280 Salamanca Market every Saturday. Contact Made by Hand What does Made By Hand make and sell? Hand stencilled bold and colourful designs of Tasmanian flora and fauna printed on tote bags, tea towels, bottle bags and plastic bag holders. We also source locally made products Read more…

Penny Geard Photography

An interview with bird photographer Penny Geard Penny’s work can be found at Stall site 251 (summer) and site 268 (winter) Salamanca Market every Saturday. What led you to become a bird photographer? I’ve always loved photography. When I left school, I worked full-time as a clinical photographer’s assistant in the University Medical School for Read more…

Art Viva

An interview with Mary-Jane of Art Viva. Art Viva can be found at Stall site 298 Salamanca Market every Saturday. What’s the name of your business and what do you sell? Art Viva manufactures hand crafted Tasmanian Oak timber knitting needles and crochet hooks. Tell us a bit about your products Art Viva knitting needles Read more…

Forest Dragon Retro Fashions

Forest Dragon Retro Fashions can be found at Stall sites 304 & 305 Salamanca Market every Saturday . What’s the name of your business and what do you sell at Salamanca Market? We have two businesses side by side at Salamanca Market, site 304 Double Daffodil Designs & site 305 Forest Dragon Retro Fashions, near Read more…

Photographer and Artist Dennis Crawford

Featured Artist – Dennis Crawford My interest lies in photography. In particular, I digitally render photographs to give them the effect of an ink pen sketch. The photographs are sold through Artefacts Gallery, of which I am a member, in the Salamanca Arts Centre complex. In the gallery, I tend to focus on photos that Read more…

Shmikko

An Interview with Cathy Joyce of Shmikko. Shmikko can be found at Stall site 259 Salamanca Market every Saturday. What’s the name of your business and what do you sell? We chose Shmikko for our business name based on the word “schmick”, which is defined in the dictionary as meaning ‘stylish and elegant”. With this Read more…

Toys to Enjoy

An Interview with Loretta Olsen of Toys to Enjoy. Toys to Enjoy can be found at Shop 4, Galleria Salamanca, 33 Salamanca Place and also at Stall site 279 Salamanca Market every Saturday . What’s the name of your business and what do you sell at Salamanca Market? Toys to Enjoy I specialize in a Read more…

Hats on Salamanca

An Interview with Jillian Jackson of Hats on Salamanca. Hats on Salamanca can be found at Salamanca Market every Saturday – 281-282 Summer – Stall site 290 Winter What’s the name of your business and what do you sell at Salamanca Market? My business is Hats on Salamanca. I sell a large range of Women’s Read more…

Mal Nash Woodcraft

An Interview with Mal Nash of Mal Nash Woodcraft. Mal Nash Woodcraft can be found at Salamanca Market every Saturday – stall site 217 What products do you make to sell at Salamanca Market? At Mal Nash Woodcraft the focus is on the timber. Tasmanian timber has such rich colour and exceptional grain patterns it Read more…