Sarah at Bowerbird

October 8, 9 & 10

Bowerbird Bazaar is a designer market full of amazing Australian designers/makers. Find beautiful wears of all kinds, including jewellery, home wares, glass, prints, eco products & lighting.

See me there, come say hello. I’ll have many new designs to check out.

Open to the Public:
Fri 8th 4 – 9pm
Sat 9th 10 – 5pm
Sun 10th 10 – 4pm

Open to Trade/Media:

Fri 8th 2 – 4pm

Queen’s Theatre
Playhouse Lane
Adelaide, CBD

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Well after the success of the first Bowerbird Bazaar last October… it is on again at the end of March 2010, with many new designers and even more amazing South Australian designers on board! Designers to watch out for include, Chloe Shay, Karen Cunningham and Mandi King as well as Katrina Freene and Naomi Murrell.

Bowerbird Bazaar provides a dynamic and upmarket environment where local and interstate designers, artists and craftspeople are proud to showcase and promote their work. There is an emphasis on attracting the public and appropriate retailers, businesses and media from SA and interstate to create ongoing relationships, wholesaling opportunities and sales.

Bowerbird Bazaar also offers a relaxed environment with cool tunes, great coffee, boutique wine and gourmet delights.

Bowerbird Bazaar, will be held at Queen’s Theatre in Playhouse Lane, Adelaide (off Light Square). Public and Trade are welcome to attend all 3 days of the event:

March 2010
Friday 26th March 4pm – 9pm
Saturday 27th March 10am – 5pm
Sunday 28th March 10am – 4pm

Can’t wait to see you there!


Check out my interview on Calico & Co. blog ……. Interview with Calico & Co.

While at Finders Keepers in Sydney during December Amanda Fuller came across my work and asked to feature me in her Monday’s Spotlight section of her blog. Thanks Amanda!

I feel a little silly for posting so many new posts all in the one day, but I have been so busy and there have been so many new things! x


Download the Life Instyle Invite (Trade Only)

I will be having my first display at a Trade Fair in a week! I’m very excited and VERY nervous, however lots of lovely people have been giving me wonderful information and tips. I will be exhibiting my PaperCuts range and hoping that many a retail outlet will pick up the designs for sale in their shops :).

With only a week to go and so far all effort going to my exhibition which opened Wednesday night, there is plenty of work to do! Many a form and display! Oh jewellery, how shall I display you!?

Here is my little statement that features in the First Instyle section on the website…

Sarah Rothe
Sarah Rothe uses titanium to create wonderfully light-weight, delicate, yet amazingly strong jewellery. Utilising the colouring abilities of titanium allows Sarah to create a vibrant range of shimmering hues within her jewels. Designs of traditional Chinese paper-cuts, inspired by her travels and simple, strong forms make up Sarah’s beautiful range.

I’ll post images when I get back! x


Thanks everyone who managed to make it to the opening of Invisible Red Threads. After much stressing and stressing and more stressing, the show came together excellently with a great turnout of supporters. Ceramics, Mixed Media, Jewellery and Lighting the stars of the show and thanks to Libby Raupach for a great opening speech.

The exhibition is on during the Fringe so make sure to check it out along with all the other wonderful exhibitions, events and productions that are on in Adelaide at this glorious time of year.

Some photos Erin took during the night…


To be opened by Libby Raupach on Wednesday 17 February 6-8pm

‘An invisible red thread connects those destined to meet, regardless of place or circumstance. The thread may stretch or tangle, but never break.’

Prue Gramp, Peter Johnson, Erin Lykos and Sarah Rothe
Four artists respons to their residency in 2008 in Jingdezhen, China.

Guest artists from Jingdezhen:
Lingling Yu, Chenchen Shen. Derek Au & Wang Hao

Exhibition is open from Mon – Fri 9am – 5pm from
17 Feb – 11 March 2010

Light Square Gallery, Adelaide College of the Arts, 39 Light Square, Adelaide, Australia


Finders Keepers

11Dec09

The past weekend I travelled to Sydney for Finders Keepers at CarrigeWorks. It was a wonderful weekend with lots of beautiful people, art and design. Great thanks to Cath Fogarty and the girls of The Silver Room for helping me look after my stall when I need to step away from my stall for a moment.

Fellow Adelaidians Katrina Webber from Kitty Came Home and the girls from Umbrella Prints did a wonderful job and their stalls looked wonderful! Well done girls.

I hope the winners of the Indie Avalnche of Prizes were a happy bunch! Winning a hamper of awesome designer goods from 24 artists who donated something special! Proceeds going to Oxfam! Special hooray for the lucky one who got to take home one of my Golden Fan Pendants!!

Some images from the weekend…