March 22 to April 28
Exhibition Opening 3.30 – 5.30pm Sunday March 24
Ann-Maree Gentile & Nicola Hoyle
A nostalgic look at the music and pop culture that surrounded us growing up
Well known ceramic artist, Giuseppe Raneri (a.k.a Joe the giftshop guru at Bulleen Art & Garden), has been commissioned to make another in the series of iconic ceramic tiled seats which can be seen along Brunswick St. This shot shows a couple of German tourists appreciating the artwork involved in one of the existing seats! You will be able to see the new seat at the corner of Brunswick Street and King William street
You can find out more about Joe & see more of his work at http://gallery.baag.com.au/?p=34
The exhibition in the shop of Anton Lucic’s wonderful old gardening tools will be part of the City of Manningham’s Heritage Week. Anton, a bricklayer and landscape gardener, has been collecting old things for years. His love for old tools started when he was eighteen and he has collected a vast array of tools from axes, anvils and farm ploughs to a wide range of gardening tools. Some of his tools are over 150 years old and are extremely rare and were made in England, USA, Germany and Australia
Kerry’s wind chimes made from recycled bottles have proven very popular. Also, glass sculpture and bowls
Tony Barnes makes quality studio pottery. He has made a living as a potter for over thirty years, working from his Moonshine Pottery in Malmsbury, Victoria.
December to February 2013
Metal and ceramic sculpture, mosaics and baskets.
By artists including:
We have just received pots from Beechworth master potters Judy & Ric Pierce in a glaze inspired by the long dusty roads in Outback Australia. As well as their usual glazes