Paper Now at the Incinerator Art Space

Posted: February 1, 2012 by Mo Crow in art exhibitions
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Paper Now is on at the Incinerator Art Space
a totally inspiring show on so many levels  Breathe in Love through the Heart 2011 by Bronwyn Berman
French & Japanese handmade paper, beeswax, poker work, pins, antique glass beads, echidna quills and lyrebird feathers

The Eternal Dance 2011 by Bronwyn Berman

The Eternal Dance 2011 by Bronwyn Berman
French & Japanese handmade paper, beeswax, poker work, pins, antique glass beads, echidna quills
Bronwyn truly loves & understands paper and explores the underlying patterns of nature that hold our world together
Marguerite Derricourt‘s “Travelling Light 2011” is a big spiral of handmade paper moths & spoke so perfectly of the essence of paper, flightiness and the nature of moths.
Liz Shreeve‘s formal explorations of repeating patterns of form, light and colour are subtly fabulous
Maryann Mussared folds & reshapes old books into the most beautiful forms
Helen Mueller & Melinda LeGuay are both artists with deep understanding of the nature of paper.
Brigiat Maltese made a beautiful pair of accordion books exploring the landscape with paint and collage
Sally Aplin‘s formal yet playful exercise bags were fun
NerineMartini’s traces 1-12 explore the idea of fingerprints on delicate Nepalese paper
Jenny Pollak explores the nature of origins by metaphorically & physically cutting a journey through time & paper.
Tianli Zu slices her way through the surface of the page on a huge scale to find not only what lies beneath but also in the liminal spaces in-between
There was so much more & I will try to get back to photograph the show, openings are great for getting a chance to talk to the artists but not so good for taking photographs!

Comments
  1. deanna7trees says:

    beautiful. similar to a cathedral window pattern.

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