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Aarons, Anita, b. 1912
Anita Aarons had a diverse career working as a jeweller, sculptor, art administrator, radio commentator, teacher and art editor for an architecture publication, while living ...
Adams, Peter Michael
Furniture designer originally from the USA. Adams moved his design studio, D.Vise, to Tasmania c. 1984 and has designed benches, public seating, meditation mats and ...
Allan, Gordon, b. 1885
A songwriter and ship's officer living at Bondi in 1930 who designed a string instrument dubbed the 'Australele'.
Anderson, Alice, b. 1897
Anderson was a Victorian motor mechanic, opening perhaps the nation's first female motor garage in Kew, Victoria. She designed an "up and under" (known widely ...
Andrews, Gordon Arthur, b. 1914
Gordon Andrews was one of Australia's prominent mid-20th century multi-disciplinary designers. While best known for designing Australia's first decimal currency notes (1966), his international career ...
Arnott, Jerry
Arnott studied industrial design at East Sydney Technical College, then became a designer BMC Australia, 4 1/2 yrs designer AWA, Chief industrial designer Haminex. Biography ...
Baker, Terry
Terry Baker of Pretty Beach, New South Wales, carved a wooden bowl in 1991. The wooden bowl made from black jarrah (Eucalyptyus Marginata) is held ...
Barlee, Alan H.
Barlee exhibited with the West Australian Society of Arts in 1896.
Barrie, Colin
Colin Barrie was the Foundation Director of the Industrial Design Council of Australia (IDCA), later Head of the School of Art at the Royal Melbourne ...
Bauer, Frank
Frank Bauer was a South Australian jewelery designer, metalsmith and object maker c.1970s and 80s. His work is represented in the collection of Powerhouse Museum.
Bayly, Peter
Bayly was a principal of Bayly Design Associates (now Bayly Design, Melbourne). His career began with Phillips, Adelaide in 1956. He designed products for Hoover, ...
Beck, Richard, b. 1912
Beck practised as an industrial designer and graphic artist in the UK and Australia. He designed travel posters for the Orient Line, London Transport, stamps ...
Benham, Loui, b. 1868
Loui Benham was born in 1868. She was embroiderer, designer, teacher, woodcarver, pyrographer and painter. Benham exhibited with the West Australian Society of Arts. She ...
Birmingham, C.
Miss C. Birmingham advertised as a commercial artist in Perth in 1938/1939.
Miss Branmont was a working member of the West Australian Society of Arts in 1903.
Brim, Zaphne M., b. 1925
Exhibited with the Western Australian Women's Society of Fine Arts and Crafts in 1960.
Brown, Michael
Industrial designer and artist collaborator
Brown, Donald C., b. 1909
Donald C. Brown was a lighting designer with Brooks Robinson Pty Ltd after 1933. In 1947, he registered Brown Evans and Co, in equal partnership ...