Monday, July 6, 2009

Monday evening shop post - Pomme

Earlier this year my bookclub group had their regular get together out of town at Mornington (about an hours drive out of Melbourne) and after an enjoyable, leisurely lunch I found time to have a stroll around some of the shops and I popped in to one of my favourites, Pomme. This sweet tiny little shop is hidden away at the rear of the main street - it faces a car park no less! But don't let this put you off, it has the most wonderful one-off pieces that are both inspirational and gorgeous. It's more like a gallery and supports both local and international artists and master crafts persons.

Each time I find myself on the Mornington Peninsula I cannot resist dropping by Pomme to see what they have in store. Here are just a few of the artists/craftspersons that they stock that I particularly like.

Ceramics by Sophie Milne...



Ceramics by Stockholm based Karin Eriksson...


Polypropylene sculptural vessels by Emma Davies...


Glass vessels/forms by Leisa Wharington...

Paintings by Bronwyn Bain...


Jewellery by Katheryn Leopoldseder...


Jewellery using recycle materials (Tupperware containers would you believe!) by Liana Kabel...

(Images: Pomme)

6 comments:

Julie@beingRUBY said...

Hi Lee. Been missing your lovely posts.. but here is a new one to delight me!! Lots of goodies here. I love the black & white bowls, and the painting also!! Have fun. Julie

C.T. said...

Hm...I think I'm a bit addicted to bowls....So I can't help liking these A LOT!! And Tupperware??? How insane cool that is.

FROM THE RIGHT BANK said...

Lee, you always find the best things! I really think I need to go to Melbourne and go shopping with you. :)

Brabourne Farm said...

Lee, what a wonderful collection of beautiful things in one shop! I especially love the Karin Eriksson ceramics and the Bronwyn Bain painting. Leigh

MsGourmet said...

One of my best girlfriends lives in Olivers Hill, so whenever I visit we try and squeeze in a visit to Pomme!

Jacqueline said...

I love the glass spoons, the bracelet oh, and the painting, it's all lovely. I love those kind of shops. XXXX

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