ATASDA Facade at the Palm House Exhibition

Posted: May 24, 2016 by Mo Crow in art exhibitions, It's Crow Time
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ATASDA-Facade-2016The ATASDA Facade at the Palm House Exhibition just opened at the Sydney Royal Botanic Gardens
a wonderfully diverse show of textiles including dyeing, felting, weaving, machine & hand embroidery, surface embellishment, printing and much more.
ATASDA-Facade-2016-2ATASDA-Facade-2016-1ATASDA-Facade-2016-4ATASDA-Facade-2016-3the 3D African influenced masks by Penny Eamer fascinated me
masksPenny hand and machine embroidered on hand painted fabric
maskpowerful work!
encaustic“Presence of Mind” by Kelcie Bryant-Duguid
49.5cm H x 54cm W
Materials- encaustic wax, plaster, milk paint, ink, graphite, muslin, gauze, stitched layers, machine embridery, egg shell, tar, oil stick, pan pastel, papers amnd ephemera
a beautiful exploration of the facade of quiet composure that overlays the wrench that comes with deeply shocking news
trio“I Blue Print and Instructions”
“II Supports and structures”
“III Scaffolding”
Gloria Muddle’s exploration of the idea of facade as a construction site, a new beginning employing found metal, a variety of fabrics, rusted and embroidered by both machine & hand
trio-detailbut this stunningly finished frock stole the show for me
frock“Public Facade, Private Despair” by Nancy Conboy
here’s the text which left me speechless
Nancy-Conboy-frock-textfrock1such tender attention to every detail made with deep heart and respect
frock2it’s on ’til the 30th from 10-4, if you’re anywhere near Sydney don’t miss it!

Comments
  1. sue says:

    some great artworks there. nice to be able to see them over here in the uk.

  2. Liz A says:

    It’s always fun to visit exhibits and galleries with you … virtually

  3. “Public Facade, Private Despair” by Nancy Conboy is exquisite…so too the text (shouldn’t, but will confess I’ve felt just this fragile all year and will be away awhile then search for a doctor I can trust).

  4. fiona says:

    You are right Mo, the light is exquisite – and I really wanted to touch nearly all of them; hope you go to feel some of them!
    Nancy’s piece just reminds me that we can never know how another person is travelling…we need to be kind.

  5. There’s a lot of really impressive work here! I really enjoy Gloria Muddle’s work, but those gorgeous masks are my favorite; very powerful, as you said!

  6. Jane Bodnaruk says:

    wow, thanks for sharing Mo.

  7. Wendy Hatton says:

    Absolutely breathtakingly stunning work.

  8. coloremartine says:

    Oh how much i love that mask…………

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