our exhibitions . 2017
TAFE NSW Northern Beaches Open Studio Ceramics Exhibition
October 31 - November 19, 2017
Entry is free.
Featuring 15 members of TAFE NSW Northern Beaches Open Studio Ceramics programme: Catherine Tate, Jennifer Everett, Karen Stuart, Kara Pryor, Carleen Devine, Elizabeth Cashmore, Judy Lane, Michelle Perrett, Libby Gilkes, Louise Hart, Dorothea Finger, Lilo Blyton, Susannah Paterson, Sue Buckle and Roslyn Lowe .
Karen Stuart, Coral Fading; Libby Gilkes, Talking Heads
Elizabeth Cashmore, boat; Carleen Devine, Shoreline
Catherine Tate, Ocean Pools; Jennifer Everett, Black Brush Cup
Judy Lane, Abstract Composition; Michelle Perrett, Flowers
Sue Buckle, Bowls; Kara Pryor, Trio of Mice
Susannah Paterson, Dogimals; Lilo Blyton, Dish, Plate and Bowls
Dorothea Finger, Porcelain Dish; Louise Hart, Drum Bowl
Meet the Makers at Craft NSW
October 4 - October 29, 2017
Opening, Morning Tea October 4, 11 am
Entry is free.
Meet the Makers . a Sydney Craft Week Event
Featuring over 30 members of the Society, ‘Meet the Makers’ is a programme of daily talks, displays and demonstrations about specific crafts. A special Meet the Makers Exhibition with also be held.
Michael Ripoll, handcut paper 'Genesis'
Michael Ripoll, paper cut
Glenn Doyle, wirework sculpture
Sylvia Riley, silk eco dyeing
Meet the Makers Exhbition . a Sydney Craft Week Event
We are also holding a simultaneous exhibition featuring the work of these craftmakers, showcasing a range of ceramics, wirework, weaving, jewellery, glass, felting, paper and surface design, with the work of Michael Ripoll, Grace Whitehouse, Ksenija Benko, Glenn Doyle, Sylvia Riley, Liz Hardy, Sara Hong, Margo Alexander, Beverley Taylor, Jude Skeers, Jane Hinde, Jan Spencer, Heidi Francis, Vera Alexanderova, Margaret Ramsey, Pat Hayward, Sandra Shaw, Liz Gemmell, Elaine Farrington, Lynda Vaculik, Maret Kalmar, Wendy Cartwright, Dawn Talbot, Margaret Olah, Joy Dodd, Vicki Lowery, Liz Calnan, Helen Wilder, Gwen Gibb and Margaret Conway
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