about timeless textiles gallery
WE find ourselves through creativity- Finding our passions and talents, and learning to nurture and share them with others not only increases our sense of who we are, it restores our sense of community and belonging. It makes us feel happy.
Timeless Textiles Gallery is a centre of fibre and textile art based in the beautiful Hunter region of NSW, Australia - showcasing Fibre Art, through exhibitions, workshops and a galleryshop.
A happy day out
A visit to Timeless Textiles at 90 Hunter st Newcastle East will find you surrounded by exquisite original works by Australian and international textile and fibre artisans. We’re happy to say that every piece on display has been hand made using eco-friendly and mostly recycled products and fibres.
Timeless Textiles offers a gallery, store, and open access studio/s, where you can view our exhibitions, buy original art pieces and gifts, meet the artisans and hear their stories, attend a workshop, or have a chat and share a cuppa with our artisans.
Timeless Textiles Gallery is a place to enjoy creative outings with friends, gain skills you’ve always wishhoursed you had, and have some fun.
Join our mailing list to hear about upcoming exhibitions, meet the artist nights, workshops, sales and special events.
Timeless Textiles Gallery is open
Wednesday to Saturday 10am - 4.00 pm.
Sunday 10am - 2pm.
Closed on Public Holidays.
or open by apointment M 0408483913
Who are we?
We are fibre artisans who have a passion for playing and exploring textiles and fibres.
This group of textiles and fibre artists represent leading practice in the fields of fibre and quilt art, felting, dyeing, surface embellishment and design, fibre jewellery, quilting, knitting and weaving to name a few.
We nurture creativity at any level
Timeless Textiles provides a place where people interested in making textiles and fibre art can come together to share their skills and learn new ones.
Come and immerse yourself in the complex beauty of traditional and contemporary textile practice.We offer master classes with local, national and international textile and fibre artists.
Our website offers access to tools and resources to help you get started in your, or find help along the way. You can search our suppliers directory to find specialist products and materials you need to create your own textiles.
Find local artists
To view a list of artists, click here.
We promote excellence
We provide an avenue for practicing textiles and fibre artists to raise their profile and sell their work. Our online gallery and artist directory showcases our artisans to national and international collectors, buyers and retailers.
Observe the creative process,
Watch beautiful works in the making
Understand the techniques
Reveal the process
You can meet fibre artists who use creative media such as lace making, embellishing hand created fabric/collaging felt, quilting, free machine drawn imagery and embroidery to name a few. Watch for their exhibitions or find their work in the Gallery.
You can learn to create freeform wire work, basketry techniques, felt making surface design and embellishment to patchwork quilts and stitched textiles and silk dyeing with eucalyptus leaves, hand painting with dyes.
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feedback from workshop participants
On behalf of Gab & myself, I just wanted to say THANKYOU so much for the wonderful weekend we spent with you learning the art of creative doll making ! We had such a fabulous time & really enjoyed ourselves... and both of us loved acquiring our new 'wise woman' skills & will be sure to put them to good use! Please thank your wonderful 'assistant' Jim again for those yummy lunches & morning teas he prepared for us too! :)
I have been telling others at work of our workshop & many have told me how my face just lights up when describing the weekend :) ...Gab & I think you are the wisest woman of them all though! We will definately send you some photos of our finished creations when they are complete....(i was up until 2am last night sewing!)...and maybe we can even bring the wise woman/ 'she-man'! up for a visit sometime in the future.
on Wise women workshop with Wilma Simmons
Emma Johnston Arts Manager
Studio Artes Unit 3, 67-71 Jersey street Hornsby NSW 2077
Thank you so much for organising the eco dying workshop last weekend. It was something that I had never done before and I must say was a wonderful experience to have something new and interesting that took me to another place for the weekend.
What people say about us
I wanted to say how lovely it was to meet you this morning, the shop and the website are so absolutely brilliant, congratulations on such beautiful work.
You have totally inspired me to keep on with my daily life and make some (long overdue) time for art in my life!
You have helped rekindle my passion for textiles, being in your shop really helped me feel that I am on the right path when I think of getting back into painting on fabrics.
Many thanks and all the best with your business,
Mobile Massage for Mums
Dear Anne, I usually go on to web sites with a sense of impatience and disinterest, really, and I notice that I just want to get the information I need and get off. So I surprised myself when I went on your web site yesterday and got completely absorbed. I spent ages looking at the products, even though I now know many of them and it felt like I was being invited, or rather enticed, deeper and deeper into an intriguing Aladdin’s cave of exquisite beauty. I experienced the same sense I have on walking into the gallery – kind of mesmerized by the sheer beauty and the ‘feel’ of everything. It is a very tactile place and I think it engages all the senses, and that is the same feeling on the web site. In the end I literally had to get off because someone was waiting for me to do something, but I could have just stayed there gazing. So, I guess I am writing this to say that whatever effort was required to create this phenomenon, and I know it was significant, it was definitely worth it. It is a resounding success.
Di James, Director, Embrace Virtues.
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