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Kathy Hawkins

A Touch of Gold

Where
Incinerator Art Space
Incinerator Art Space
2 Small Street, Willoughby NSW 2068
2 Small Street, Willoughby, 2068
When

Wednesdays and Sundays, 10am to 4pm Wednesday 17 April to Sunday 5 May

Closed ANZAC Day, 25 April

Cost

Free

A Touch of Gold explores the artist's interpretations of the theme. Intriguing use of fibre and mixed media define this contemporary display of expressive textile wall hangings, 3D objects and wearable art which all reveal a physical 'touch of gold'.

Working with diverse art practices, techniques and materials, sixty ATASDA members have created a rich tapestry of textile artworks employing fibre, weaving, felting, dyeing, printing, traditional and contemporary embroidery, and stitch techniques. Some historic pieces by renowned Australian textile art practitioners are included in this celebratory exhibition.

Exhibition will be closed on ANZAC Day 25 April 2024.

Image: Judy Pacholke, Life’s Journey, (detail), 2024, textiles

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