Aug 102014
 

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Work on Still Life with Fruit , the next sculpture destined to grace the Bulleen Art & Garden entrance, is well underway.

Still Life with Fruit  by Lachlan Plain will be a painterly rendition of the food gardener’s fruit bowl. At ten times the fruit’s original size this fibre glass sculpture will tower over the entrance of Bulleen Art & Garden, testament to BAAG’s commitment to food gardening. Continue reading »

Aug 092014
 

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3 October to     26 October
Churinga Arts – Happy Laughing 2  an exhibition of pottery, art and mosaics by the participants of St John of God Disability day service Churinga Pottery.

The creative artists of Churinga Clayworks have become known and loved for their imaginative sculptures, vibrantly coloured tableware, tiles and mosaics. The freedom and vivid expression of each individual has developed into styles, which are unique. The artwork is highly sought after and each piece is made with an enjoyment that is evidently shared with anyone who encounters it. Continue reading »

Jun 142014
 

Lachlan is an artist, muralist, painter, poet, writer, puppeteer and cartoonist.lach
Over the past ten years he’s made a large contribution to the design and the displays at Bulleen Art and Garden , adding colour and interest with murals and sculpture. His most recent project at Bulleen Art & Garden has been his mural The Final Journey of Pedro Piscator. This mural    and the exhibition he curated,  Sanctum Theatre’s Conservatory of Singular Specimens, were launched has at GAIA Night: a celebration of art & environment.

Lachlan has also exhibited hios artworks in the Bolin Bolin Gallery. Most recently he curated and took part in Conservatory of Singular Specimens

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Jun 042014
 

2014-04-25 001 002Giuseppe Raneri, or Joe, works at Bulleen Art & garden as his day job, sourcing many of the wonderful, distinctive, unique items you find on display there. But he is also a recognised original and gifted artist (see below). His most widely known artworks are the tiled street seats found in trendy Brunswick street. unfortunately on of these was vandalised. but, the silver lining is that Joe has been commissioned to replace that seat and make another one. Continue reading »