Saturday, October 22, 2011

Farewell Places & Spaces

I have just returned from Gulgong after taking the exhibition down.
Brooke & Jayne were a great help and we finished packing everything up in no time!

I would like to thank the Cudgegong gallery team for the opportunity to curate a show in their beautiful heritage space - it has been an absolute pleasure!
Thank you for all of your help, hard work and moral support - I wish you all the best with your future exhibition programs and events.

I couldn't have put the show together with out all of the talented artists! Thank you for your patience and kindness. It has been a pleasure working with you and a privlidge to bring your work to regional nsw audiences.

I hope our paths cross again in the future & please keep in touch!

I would also like to thank:
Where is the art?
Mudgee Guardian
Wellington Times
Hunter Arts Network
Craft Australia

Thursday, September 22, 2011

More pics from the opening...

Things have been a bit hectic since I returned from Gulgong....but thought I should share a few more pics of the opening and of the beautiful work created for Cudgegong Gallery.

Installation shot with Phoebe Miller's textile work in the foreground and Isobel Pegrum's Spoiled for Choice ceramic work to the right.

Chloe Waddell's intricately, layered pieces - New York, New York.

Laura McKellar's gorgeous hand embroidered artwork.

Kat Freene's Butterfly brooches.

Sophie Milne's subtle ceramic collections.

My overly-friendly dog Roxy couldn't wait to run into the gallery and meet everyone! Thankfully Matina and Isobel's family distracted roxy in a nearby park for a while.

Kim V Goldsmith took a snap of artists (from left to right) Matina Bourmas, (curator) Zara Collins, Graeme Bannerman, Isobel Pegrum and her son Gus.
We are standing amoungst Phoebe Miller's beautiful fabric necklaces hung from the gallery ceiling.