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The Shop Gallery Glebe

Regeneration

Where
112 Glebe Point Rd
Glebe NSW 2037
Australia
The Shop Gallery
When

Every day, 11am to 6pm Thursday 6 August to Wednesday 12 August Saturday 8 August from 2pm to 4pm

Cost

Free

Joy Dodd, handweaver, gains inspiration from the natural environment & the colours & textures of natural fibres, wool, alpaca, silk, to create original designs for her handwoven garments & accessories.

Kate Robinson makes stoneware ceramic sculptures as a celebration of our tree ancestors with whom we share the earth and a quarter of our genes. Her recent work is also a personal response to the drought, fires and pandemic through which we have all been living. 

Jo Ann Hopkins practices the intricate & precise craft of marquetry. A cabinetmaker who studied botanical art, she uses the grain and colour of wood veneers to fashion leaves or make patterns. She often uses recycled timber to make the boxes.

Kim McClintock paints with watercolours, combining colour with black ink, often masking off small areas, and using a water spray to soften the image. Sketching and painting mainly for her own enjoyment and therapy, she is inspired by colours and compositions in her surrounding environment.

Opening event 2 - 4 pm Saturday 8 August 2020

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The Shop Gallery Glebe

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