CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR MONSTER EXPO RAFFLE WINNERS!
"Jacaranda Glow" from Ben Messina Photography - won by Sue Young
"Blue Palm 2" by Jim Cox - won by Karen from Nambour
"In the Beginning" by Guy Breay - won by Julie Bankia
Handcrafted Document Case by Bill Rangott - won by Katherine Smith
Silky Oak Side Tables from Blackall Range Woodcrafters Guild - won by Emma Mitchell
The Renovator Extra Pair of Hands Clamp from Richard Wilkinson - won by Jane Orme
African Olive Square by Colen Clenton - won by Tricia Pearcy
Power Chisel & 5 Assorted Chisels from Arbortech - won by Julie Bloxsom
Husqvarna Chainsaw from Maleny Mowers - won by Tracey Love
Handcrafted Box "Out of Head Into Wood" by John Tudehope - won by Tony Pearce
Sculpture by Lindsay Muir - won by Tom Feenstra
Milking Stool or Milking Stool Workshop from Richard Knight - won by Gig
Australian Timbers Book by Ashley Sewell - won by Peter Durrent
Set of 4 Environmental Books by Jill Morris - won by Col Buchanan
$50 Voucher from Maleny Art Direct - won by Tony Boucher
$50 Voucher from Brouhaha - won by B Johnson
Maleny Pop Out Print Book by Gary Myers - won by Shah McGrath
Book Buyer's Prizes
$130 Voucher - Dinner for Two at Spicers Tamarind - won by Faye Clark
Chopping Board & Rustic Platter by Richard Knight - won by Jim Bryan
Voucher - Therapeutic Massage from Cat O'Connell - won by Luit & Crista Pater
Maleny Pop Out Print Book by Gary Myers - won by J Alexandri Alexandris
Winners have been notified by phone and/or email. Thankyou for supporting Barung Landcare.
Proceeds go towards conserving and enhancing the rich diversity of natural resources of the Blackall Range and environs.
Maleny Wood Expo Raffle Multidraw Prizes
"Jacaranda Glow" Photo on Canvas
Ben Messina Photography
Renowned award winning Australian landscape photographer Ben Messina's work is all about the art and adventure of landscape photography. Ben's unique collection of landscapes spans every state in Australia and New Zealand.
Ben's work has been collected by royalty and governments across the globe, and is currently held in collections from over 30 countries.
All of Ben Messina's artwork appreciates in value over time as the editions sell out.
"In the Beginning" - The Stiks Sculpture piece
by Guy Breay $500.00
In the Western Downs of Queensland there lies a special property – The Stiks. Sculptor Guy Breay, his wife Jan and a host of Australian wild life live in this native forest sanctuary.
Guy’s works contrast the sensuous, polished curves, with the rough, natural irregularities of these rare and beautiful Western Downs timbers.
The Renovator - Extra Pair of Hands Clamp
from Richard Wilkinson
Extra Pair of Hands™ is a must-have clamping system that replicates a number of different clamps, all on one easy-to-use device.
4" Square made from African Olive
by Colen Clenton
Colen Clenton / HNT Gordon
Colen Clenton recalibratable squares and markers are very unique because if they are knocked out of square they can be recalibrated back to square. The quality of workmanship and engineering involved with making these squares recalibratable ensures you have a lifetime tool.
Milking Stool or
Milking Stool Workshop
from Richard Knight $150
Richard Knight has the dream job working at what he does best. With a natural affinity for wood, Richard creates rustic timber furniture that showcases the natural beauty of timber and is built to stand the test of time.
"Out of Head into Wood" Handcrafted Box
by John Tudehope $220.00
John began working with wood full-time in 1993 and is now based in South East Queensland. He sources most of his wood from the arid north and west of the State seeking out the unusual and little known species to add that extra colour and difference. Each piece is individually handcrafted to the highest standard. “There is something intrinsically magical in wood the living tree creates a vast array of colours patterns and figure that combine to offer a treasure trove of possibilities”.
Sculpture by Lindsay Muir $200.00
"A love of sculpture and painting are combined to produce my work. Realism is not so important . The ultimate goal is to “bring clay to life” using techniques which exploit inherent qualities of the clay and coloured glazes. Apart from my hands very few tools are used so these qualities can be revealed. Like a child, people want to reach out and touch my work, which I encourage. Like sitting quietly in the forest, I want my work to be a feast for the senses, new things revealing themselves all the time."
Australian Timber Book
Timber Species of Eastern Subtropical Australia
- Volume 1 by Ashley Sewell $80.00
Ashley has been involved in farm forestry for over 40 years. This background has allowed him to gain an extensive practical working knowledge on the role of trees in the landscape, their growing requirements and the potential uses for the species in the region.
His knowledge base includes: species identification, timber uses, plantation establishment and silvicultural management, ecologically sustainable management of native forest, rehabilitation of degraded land and biodiversity issues.
Brouhaha Brewery & Restaurant Voucher $50.00
Maleny’s first Boutique Brewery. Brouhaha was born out of a love of craft beer and a desire to share that love with the community. Accompanied by quality, locally sourced food, Brouhaha Brewery is a great spot to settle in with a beer and enjoy the company of great friends.
Maleny Pop Out Print Book
by Gary Myers $35
Gary’s art is immediately identifiable as Australian, with a deep connection to the outback and a passion for the history of Australia.
His style is unique, providing glimpses of larrikinism that abandon the traditional norms of landscape painting. His artworks are highly sought after throughout Australia as well as by overseas collectors.
Set of Environmental Books by Jill Morris $75
High quality, richly illustrated books for children, focusing on the natural environment.
They make ideal gifts and heirlooms for home and family and are invaluable resources for classroom and library.
Greater Glider is based at the Book Farm, Maleny, which is the home of award-winning author Jill Morris