Exhibitions, Windows and Special Displays
"Rat a Tat Tat "- Lunar New Year Exhibition
Jan 25 - Feb 9.
Previous Exhibitions and displays
"Mediative Lanscapes" by Hyun Mi Lee
7- 12 January 2020
Shibori - All Tied Up
A display of Shibori work by 4 of our members. Sylvia Riley, Liz Gemmell, Neelam Singhal and Carolyn Cabena.
This Is Us - Ceramics exhibition
Sarah, Briget and Caroline are three ceramicists who bonded through clay at TAFENSW Brookvale Campus. We are delighted to host their new exhibition with us at Craft NSW. Their Exhibition, “This Is Us”, showcases their latest works which feature dry glazes, raku firing, high fire glazes and fibres dipped in slip. Sarah is influenced by her travels to the outback, she loves the boab trees and their shapes and texture. She has used raku firing and dry glazes to bring the trees to life. Still working with natural forms, Sarah has created the Genesis series of saggar fired and glazed eggs. Bridget’s female forms come in all shapes and sizes, as in real life. Bridget has also been working on functional ware and developing her glaze combinations. Caroline’s creations stem from her love of yarn, in this series of work Caroline has combined fibres with liquid clay or slip and created vessel like shapes. The forms are knitted or crocheted using natural fibres. They look like a soft yarnie knitted form yet hold their ceramic shape.
Continuing Excellence - one year on
24th Oct - 17th Nov
It takes 2 to Tango 19 September - 9 October 2019
Paired works by the potters of the Society of Arts and Crafts of New South Wales
Please join us and our group of 8 potters at the opening of this exhibition on Thursday 19th September from 5 pm to 7 pm at the Craft NSW Gallery, 12 Argyle Place, Miller’s Point Sydney. The exhibition, which includes both functional and sculptural works in a diverse range of styles and techniques, will be opened by the wonderful Mulan Gock of Mu Gallery.
PIGS in MUD
Pigs In Mud 1st -24th Feb 2019. Celebrating the Chinese new Year with Pigs and friends
Photo Pigs by Pauline Ryan.
Craft NSW Celebrates the Year of the Pig, with a Ceramic Exhibition, Pigs In Mud.