exhibitions 2

Following on from my first post about exhibitions in our town during our Wrapped in St Marys weekend, here is a slideshow of another display.

Penny Clark, nee Byard (a former resident) is the artist behind The Art of Tea, which was showcased in the Purple Possum Wholefoods Cafe.

Tea was actually used to colour some of the artwork –

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To view any item in a larger format, first click pause, then right click on the photo and select view.

[Next: Extreme Photography exhibition …]

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exhibitions 1

During the Wrapped in St Marys weekend, several exhibitions appeard in various venues around the town.

Barbara Mellor, a textile artist from the local Break O’Day municipality, specialises in using Asian fabrics, including Japanese antique kimono and obi.  She also incorporates other materials, such as Cambodian woven fabric and Indian sari fabric.

Here is a slideshow of her wonderful quilts and cushions, showcased at Gone Rustic Studio & Gallery.  To view any item in a larger format, first click pause, then right click on the photo and select view

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Photography:  Margit Salonen

people

What would any event be without the people?   Visitors, volunteers, participants … we couldn’t do without them.

Here is a selection of VIP’s, including 1 or 2 of the canine variety. There is even a photo of our ‘official’ photographer, Margit – can you find her?

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[Some of these photos have appeared in earlier posts, but – as they say – peoples is peoples!  Pics supplied by Margit Salonen, Mary Knowles and Janet Drummond.]

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… fuel (cont.)

If you missed the first post on this topic, click here!

The car show was well supported despite the rain, as mentioned in the previous post.

Here are some more photos from our resident photographer – thanks again, Margit!

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