I finished three weavings on raku this week for the Adelaide Fringe. They are to be exhibited along with works from the Broken Hill Pottery Society. The raku was pit fired at Purnamoota Station outside Broken Hill. The two images below are:- 'Curley Mallee vessel' made with local grass, eucalypt root and the seed capsules of Eucalyptus gillii, a mallee local to the Barrier Ranges; and 'Searching for the Inland Sea'.
An Introduction to basket weaving workshop will be held on the 10th and 11th March at the Broken Hill Regional Gallery workshop. A no stress relaxing 2 days learning an ancient skill.
Weaving a Desert Story - An exhibition at the Broken Hill Regional Gallery. This was a sell out success. My works used natural materials and found objects from this desert land that so inspires me.