EXHIBITIONS

2020 Up-coming and current exhibitions

Belconnen Arts Centre, Canberra ACT

LIQUID - A survey exhibition of glass and ceramic artists

30 October 2020 – 31 January 2021

 

Belconnen Arts Centre

118 Emu Bank, Belconnen, Canberra ACT. Map

 

Shining a light on the beauty found in functional ware, LIQUID will applaud the sense of intimacy one experiences when using an exquisitely crafted vessel. Ceramic and glass artists from throughout Australia were invited to present works that epitomise the essence of good design, aesthetics and functionality. This exquisite survey exhibition is part of the 2020 Design Canberra Festival, with works and associated items available for purchase.

More Information: Belconnen Arts Centre

Ticketing: Tickets are free, but bookings are essential for opening night, due to Covid restrictions.

Pictured Right: Roman style jug 'Callista' (most beautiful) was a Haliad nymph of Greek legend, a daughter of Triton. Approx 40cm tall.

The glazes used for this piece are based on the colours of the Yass and Goodradigbee valleys and contain decorative elements that refer to the Wee Jasper fossil fields which are the remains of tropical reefs from an ancient sea of the Devonian Period.

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Hillgrove Pottery Annual SALE and Open Weekend

Saturday & Sunday 21 & 22  November 2020

Hillgrove Gallery, Murrumbateman, NSW  Map 

It’s time to clear the shelves! Great deals on pottery samples, prototypes, testers and overstock. Our showroom will be open to the public for the first time, displaying recent work and large exhibition pieces. Visitors are welcome to view the kiln and tour the production workshop. (In conjunction with The Australian Ceramics Association.)

Wine Tasting provided by Idyllic Hills Wines. Enjoy a glass of exquisite locally grown and produced boutique wine

WHEN: 10am - 4pm Saturday 17th & Sunday 19th August 2019. Call us for more information.

WHERE: 18 Grevillea Close, Murrumbateman, NSW. Map 

© 2019 Susan Hill. Hillgrove Pottery, NSW Australia