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Bare by Bauer at first Meet the Maker series

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The first Meet the Maker event will take place from 10am on Saturday, 7 March with the markers of Bare by Bauer, Candice and Matt Bauer.

With a passion to support local business, Artisans 4670 will host a weekly Meet the Makers series to celebrate local artists and encourage creativity.

Artisans 4670’s Beverley Whip said the series would start next month and showcase some amazing talent from around the Bundaberg Region.

“We hope you will bounce out of bed on an upcoming Saturday morning, to join us for an inspiring new series we’re hosting at Artisans 4670 in Bargara,” Beverley said.

“Through our gallery we bring together a diverse group of 25 talented makers with those who appreciate originality.”

Beverley said the story behind each product was tied deeply to the people behind it, as makers pour their heart, soul and energy into each item they produce, and the event gave the makers a chance to show the community just how they do it.

The first Meet the Maker event will take place from 10am on Saturday, 7 March with the makers of Bare by Bauer, Matt and Candice Bauer.

Bare by Bauer creates all natural products

Bare by Bauer creates 100 per cent natural hand blended products, produced here in the Bundaberg Region.

“We have created a trusted business, using only clean, healthy and sustainable ingredients,” Candice said.

“As for services, we offer health coaching and nutrition consults specialising in teaching how to read ingredient labels, lowering your daily toxic load and achieving your health goals.”

The couple said they learnt their art through many years of trial and error, and when took inspiration based on their healthy lifestyle.

“We have taken our time to develop our blends and are so thrilled with (the) daily feedback from new customers who cannot believe a 100 per cent natural product can be just as good, if not better than a conventional product,” Candice said.

“There are so many reasons we are inspired, but as a general answer, it must be based on health.

“The health of people and our planet. Being able to contribute in our own small way is a great feeling.”

Matt and Candice are excited to be part of the Meet the Maker series at Artisan 4670, and praised the work owners Beverley and Kathy Vaulks had done.

“We love the community Bev and Kath have built in such a short time, bringing so many different creators together is so awesome to be part of,” Candice said.

“There is always a new creator joining the tribe, and it’s great to hear their stories, and seeing what they produce is always impressive.”

For more information about who to expect at Artisan 4670’s Meet the Maker series check out Artisans 4670 Facebook page.

Earlier Artisan 4670 stories:

  • Artisans 4670 explores beauty, creativity of recycling
  • Bargara market to assist bushfire victims
  • Meet the Makers art and gift event to help fire appeal

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