Meet Barbara, our Autumn Eco Artisan in Focus

Barbara has been a consigned artist to the  Reverse Emporium  since early 2021, bringing her beautifully constructed jewellery to our eclectic collection of gifts.

Under the label,  Inya Ears , Barbara salvages vintage tins and preloved pewter ornaments to repurpose into truly unique pieces.

 As our Autumn Artist in Focus, we asked Barbara a series of  questions to get more insight into her creative process.

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We're building a Welcome Arch for Northey Street City Farm

14/04/2022 06:30:39 In Artisan in Focus
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For this year’s RGQ Community Art Project we’ve teamed up with the folks at Northey Street City Farm to build a welcome arch for their upcoming Winter Solstice

We made a Native Nesting Box out of Corflute

11/04/2022 10:25:27 In On-line Reuse Library
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Given the tools involved in this project, we recommend adult supervision throughout every stage of this project. In our previous post we'd talked about what hap

Corflute - a Creative reuse staple

07/04/2022 03:17:44 In On-line Reuse Library
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4 practical ways to repurpose Corflute (plastic flute boards) for the home and garden.

Emporium Artist in Focus: Barbara Radcliffe

29/03/2022 01:39:09 In Artisan in Focus
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Vintage tins and pewter salvaged and repurposed into beautiful statement jewellery

Emporium Artist in Focus: Robert Weismantel

18/11/2021 01:54:02 In Artisan in Focus
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Timber off-cuts salvaged into pens and quality homeware

What can and can't be recycled by kerbside collection

26/08/2021 06:15:08 In This Month's Not J*nk Mail
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A must-read for Brisbane residents wanting to better their recycling and reuse habits

What can you do to prepare for Queensland's state ban on single-use plastics?

26/08/2021 05:35:54 In This Month's Not J*nk Mail
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How to be a better consumer of reused plastic

Accessing RGQ TV is kids play

29/03/2022 23:59:07 In Activity Sheets for Kids
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Stuck at home? Here's a resource to help you get through the holidays and beyond

Build your own Dragon

29/03/2022 23:59:23 In On-line Reuse Library
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Anne shows you how to creatively reuse bits and bobs salvaged from landfill to build a beautifully unique dragon

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