Woven in Winter at Sturt Gallery

Posted: June 11, 2017 by Mo Crow in art exhibitions, It's Crow Time
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Woven in Winter at Sturt Gallery
woven forms in basketry, textiles and ceramics
June 11- July 23
Keiko Amenomori-Schmeisser/ Bronwyn Berman/ Patrice Cooke/ Karen Farrell/ Tracy Luff/ Tracey Mitchell/ Brooke Munro/ Catriona Pollard/ Shona Wilson
in the foreground is the amazing Pod forms of Tracy Luff made out of cardboard, hessian and wood
Woven in Winter gallery view
Bronwyn Berman with her woven wonders Reacher, Spindle & Seeker in the window
Spindle copper, casuarina root
Seeker copper, casuarina root, embedded river stone
Patrice Cooke
Fragile Fan and Silent Veins earthenware paperclay
Wall Piece I-IV porcelain
Patrice Cooke
Web Dreams earthenware paperclay
Keiko Amenomori-Schmeisser
Resting shibori & Japanese natural indigo dye on linen
Karen Farrell
Nesting Sites for Forlorn Species
stoneware, satin & crackle glazes, oxides
interwoven with palm fibre, pine needles, shell, silk fibres
Brooke Munro
Passing timber, wire
Shona Wilson
Diatom No.4 norfolk pine, seedpods, plastic
Diatom no.4 detail
Bronwyn Berman
Breathe in love through the heart
handmade paper, lyrebird feathers, echidna quills, beadslichen by mother nature

Comments
  1. Stunning work, thanks for sharing.

  2. shemann says:

    what a show! thank you

    • Mo Crow says:

      (((Sue))) it is and a good excuse to get out of the city for the day, I always enjoy watching the world go by to the sound of the clickety clack on the tracks from the train

  3. Liz A says:

    Love the close-ups of Bronwyn’s Spindle and Seeker … and Patrice Cooke’s Web Dreams resonates (as you might imagine)

    I’m always so glad when you post gallery pix … thank you!

  4. Sisan Conroy says:

    How beautiful. Great exhibition

  5. Eliene says:

    all beautiful, particularly like Patrice Cooke’s earthenware/paperclay pieces….thanks for sharing.

  6. coloremartine says:

    Oh such beauty………………..

  7. deemallon says:

    these are your peeps, for sure

  8. Nancy says:

    Wow! Wow! Wow! Such amazing work! I would love to see in person.

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