Ross Annels
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  • Cooroy, Queensland
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Crafting this Antipodean Place

Australian landscapes are old, powerful and strange to Eurocentric eyes. To Indigenous Australia, whose pre-colonial history stretches back something like 60,000 years, every part of the landscape was active and spirited, full of story, meaning and relatedness. Contemporary mainstream Australia views the land as a resource to be measured, assessed, and exploited, without agency and devoid of meaning beyond economic value.This exhibition presents the work of Australian craft artists who engage…See More
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Australian landscapes are old, powerful and strange to Eurocentric eyes. To Indigenous Australia, whose pre-colonial history stretches back something like 60,000 years, every part of the landscape was active and spirited, full of story, meaning and relatedness. Contemporary mainstream Australia views the land as a resource to be measured, assessed, and exploited, without agency and devoid of meaning beyond economic value.This exhibition presents the work of Australian craft artists who engage…See More
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Australian landscapes are old, powerful and strange to Eurocentric eyes. To Indigenous Australia, whose pre-colonial history stretches back something like 60,000 years, every part of the landscape was active and spirited, full of story, meaning and relatedness. Contemporary mainstream Australia views the land as a resource to be measured, assessed, and exploited, without agency and devoid of meaning beyond economic value.This exhibition presents the work of Australian craft artists who engage…See More
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Australian landscapes are old, powerful and strange to Eurocentric eyes. To Indigenous Australia, whose pre-colonial history stretches back something like 60,000 years, every part of the landscape was active and spirited, full of story, meaning and relatedness. Contemporary mainstream Australia views the land as a resource to be measured, assessed, and exploited, without agency and devoid of meaning beyond economic value.This exhibition presents the work of Australian craft artists who engage…See More
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Australian landscapes are old, powerful and strange to Eurocentric eyes. To Indigenous Australia, whose pre-colonial history stretches back something like 60,000 years, every part of the landscape was active and spirited, full of story, meaning and relatedness. Contemporary mainstream Australia views the land as a resource to be measured, assessed, and exploited, without agency and devoid of meaning beyond economic value.This exhibition presents the work of Australian craft artists who engage…See More
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Australian landscapes are old, powerful and strange to Eurocentric eyes. To Indigenous Australia, whose pre-colonial history stretches back something like 60,000 years, every part of the landscape was active and spirited, full of story, meaning and relatedness. Contemporary mainstream Australia views the land as a resource to be measured, assessed, and exploited, without agency and devoid of meaning beyond economic value.This exhibition presents the work of Australian craft artists who engage…See More
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On a rural property outside Cooroy, near Noosa on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia
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Ross Annels contemporary fine furniture
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I am a designer and maker of contemporary fine furniture, specialising in chairs, carefully crafted to fit the body and to enhance modern and traditional interiors. I design and make furniture to order and by commission for Australian and international clients, combining traditional fine furniture making with innovative contemporary design.
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Memory keepers, map makers, and material thinkers: the sustained offerings of craft objects

Posted on August 21, 2009 at 12:38am 1 Comment

This is an abstract of a paper Tamsin Kerr and I are presenting at the Making Futures: Craft and Sustainability conference in Plymouth, UK next month.



Memory keepers, map makers, and material thinkers: the sustained offerings of craft objects

Tamsin Kerr http://cooroorainstitute.com/

Ross Annels w http://rossannels.com/



This presentation draws upon the landscape memoir work of intellectual Tamsin Kerr and the ecoregionalism of fine furniture designer/maker, Ross… Continue

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At 5:03am on September 11, 2013, Marlene True said…

Hi Ross,

I am trying to make EMMA fit into my schedule!

At 2:09pm on December 5, 2012, Sandra Murray said…

You're welcome Ross! :)

At 8:08am on January 18, 2012, Brigitte Martin said…

Thank you very much for your membership payment and support of crafthaus. Your membership is valid through August 15, 2013.

Enjoy crafthaus, participate often :-)

At 2:24pm on May 11, 2009, Park Jongdeok said…
wow !this is nice furniture!
i like a furniture!
how make do you those works?
before make model in rhino?
or draw it on paper?

it's raining now in Korea
how about Austraila
i really hope to invite your country!


i'm waiting for see U soon!
At 1:04am on May 9, 2009, Sharon Doughtie said…
Hi Ross! I'll check in on skype.
At 3:30pm on May 8, 2009, Sharon Doughtie said…
Thanks for inviting me, Ross. I'm just having a look around. Nice to see your beautiful work and your smiling face peeking out from between the leaves. Great pictures. xo
At 8:37am on May 6, 2009, Brigitte Martin said…
Ross:

Thank you for your membership payment and support of the crafthaus community ! Your membership is good through 6-15-2011 !

I look much forward to your future participation in the blogs, discussions, and online exhibitions.

Thanks for being with us,
Brigitte
At 6:20am on May 6, 2009, Brigitte Martin said…
Dear Ross:

Welcome to crafthaus, the network for artists, craftsmen/women ! I am very glad you joined us !

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At 8:19pm on May 5, 2009, Anthony Scheffler said…
Looks like our "Friends" request crossed!
 
 
 

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