FOUND at Fremantle Arts Centre
Filled with prints, ceramics, woodwork, jewellery, books, textiles and more, FOUND at Fremantle Arts Centre offers WA’s largest selection of locally made wares. All products in the shop are designed by Western Australian artists and makers.
FOUND is open 7 days 9am – 5pm
08 9432 9569
Perth-raised artist Shaun Tan is best known for his range of illustrated books that deal with social issues through surreal, dream-like imagery. In his career, Shaun has also worked as a theatre designer, a concept artist for animated films including Pixar's WALL-E, and directed the Academy Award-winning short film The Lost Thing.
You can find a selection of Shaun’s original paintings, prints and books at FOUND.
Stewart Scambler is one of WA’s most prolific and respected ceramic artists. His studio produces both fine art sculptures and useable domestic wares. He’s travelled all over the world to learn international ceramics techniques and is a master of Japanese Raku.
Stewart also teaches at FAC, where he is one of our best-loved tutors. Click Courses in the menu bar above for more information on his ceramics classes.
Melting Pot Glass
Gerry Reilly creates handmade blown art glass from his renowned Melting Pot Glass Studio in the Margaret River Wine Region. After 23 years of running a public demonstration studio and gallery, Gerry and his partner Margot have closed their main street gallery and built a new home studio where he continues to make a great selection of homewares and ornamental pieces
Local Fremantle brand Mokosh create 100% certified organic skin care products which are strictly free of preservatives and other synthetic ingredients, and made using pure, ethically sourced botanicals. With a strong belief in treating the land, its people, animals and plants with respect, you can find a great range of their natural soaps, moisturisers and body washes at FOUND.
Established in 2007 by Adam Coffey and Jane King, Future Shelter is renowned for their locally designed and manufactured homewares, jewellery and gifts. Inspired by the unique natural and built environment of Western Australia, their collections are timeless.
Designer and maker Tony Docherty designs works ranging from one-off pieces of furniture through to an exquisite range of kitchen wares. His distinctive, organic forms highlight the natural features of the wood he works with and his eco-friendly practices ensure very little wood is wasted.
Anthea Carboni is a multidisciplinary artist from WA and the creative behind the Yuniko Studio label. She creates a range of drawings, paintings, textile and ceramic pieces. Yuniko Studio evolved from a desire to make tangible products which are intended to be used and enjoyed and which convey the unique qualities of the handmade object.
Fleur Schell is an internationally renowned ceramic artist who resides in Perth. She creates figures and objects in porcelain which explore themes of childhood innocence, simplicity and the imagined. Her works often reference her own childhood and growing up on a farm in the Wheatbelt.
Kate Weedon-Jones is a Perth-based textile designer with a special interest in dyeing and decorating textiles using a range of traditional and contemporary Western and Japanese techniques. You can find a selection of Kate’s wool and silk pieces at FOUND.
If you’d like to learn from Kate’s many years of practice and expertise, she tutors Batik and Shibori dyeing classes as part of our Adults learning program. Click Courses in the menu bar above for more information.