Friday 25th of September to Sunday 25th of October
The Exhibition called ‘Al Fresco’ will be based around outdoor living. They will create an outdoor table with a setting by each artist and a collaborative sculpture/mural probably based on an espaliered ceramic tree, along with a group of other work around the theme.
Hills Ceramic Artists
“We are Jenny Rowe, Lee Goller, Glenn England, Juliet Widdows, Sharon Twining, Babette Bruders, Lynne Lindsay, Amanda Christians, Julie Ayton and Rosie Hughes.
We all have our studios in and around the Dandenong Ranges and came together largely through the Dandenong Ranges Open Studio program. The group is a mix of established ceramic artists/potters and emerging artists and was formed for mutual support, friendship and to exhibit together.
This year (2014) we had a very well received exhibition at Burrinja called High Tea – the Deconstructed Tea Party. The exhibition had an interactive aspect to it. Along with the exhibition we ran a series of workshops, invited public comment/ input through a message board, created a collaborative sculpture called Alice and set up a tea table with a place setting created by each artist. The exhibition was largely functional and conceptual ceramics and sculpture along with works on paper by Lee Goller and paintings by Sharon Twining.”