Some of the “Hot” works.
Check Bega District News article here…http://www.begadistrictnews.com.au/story/2694388/spiral-gallerys-interwoven-exhibition-explores-artistic-expression/?cs=509
It was Busy! It was noisy! It was fun! It was lively! It was social! It was Art! Photos from the opening of Co-Inspiration.
The depth of Reiko’s knowledge is being generously imparted in informative talks to school groups during the show “Sakura” because of the range of culturally-specific art objects it contains. Many of the pieces that are for sale are genuine artifacts. One comment received from a member of the public was “Spiral is looking so pretty!”
From the old to the new; from refined to popular and from the finished object to the tools that made them., this collection reveals a glimpse into an ancient and unique culture. There will be Antiques and Collectables, Kimono, Obi, Small furniture, Prints, Fabric, Paper, Dolls, Clothing, Jewellery and Anime goods from the collections of […]Read Post ›
Above works by Miriam Kydd Coinspiration is a joint exhibition of recent works by Miriam Kydd and Graeme Smith, who are artists from Tulgeen Disability Services’ Art in the Garage Project. Miriam Kydd has a successful history working with Art in the Garage. Her recent works are inspired by the costumes of the Ballet Russes. […]Read Post ›
The technique of weaving has been passed along through generations, re-discovered,and expanded upon throughout the years. Among the primitive crafts, basket making is one of the oldest known. The weaving of baskets is as old as the history of men and women. Traces of baskets have been found in the Egyptian pyramids, and woven basket […]Read Post ›
Raku workshop pics from the last couple of weekends. How to make a raku kiln from a garbage bin and fire it!
Some of the works from this beautiful concept show