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Linen Tea Towel | Fremantle Arts Centre

Blue Lawn Designs


These skilfully hand screen printed tea towels are made at Chris's studio in Fremantle and are a very popular gift with tourists and locals alike! Fremantle Arts Centre is a multi-arts organisation, offering a program of exhibitions, residencies, art courses, music and of course our wonderful and unique shop in a historic building complex in Fremantle, Western Australia. The building complex was built using convict labour between 1861 and 1868 and was most famously used as a psychiatric hospital, initially called the Fremantle Lunatic Asylum. Fremantle Arts Centre opened in 1973, with Ian Templeman as Founding Director. Templeman relied on minimal resources and skeleton staff for support and, over his 17 years at the helm, developed Fremantle Arts Centre’s first programs and services, including Fremantle Arts Centre Press. In 1978, Fremantle Arts Centre received its first annual operating funding from the State Government. That funding continues today.

Printmaking Blue Lawn Designs

Blue Lawn Designs produce a range of screen printed products and homewares, frequently showcasing Western Australia's iconic beaches, buildings, landscapes, flora and fauna.

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Blue Lawn Designs

Product Information

  • Materials

    100% Linen Fabric, Screen Print

  • Size

    44cm x 64cm

  • Weight


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Open 9am–5pm, 7 days


1 Finnerty Street
Western Australia