Jun 062019
 

.  7th to  23rd June 2019

We’ve got a very creative, as well as capable team at Bulleen Art & Garden. This exhibition showcases their talents in areas we nay not have been aware of.

Come and see another side of the people who help you at Bulleen Art & Garden.  They are creative when they are at work – the ideas they have; how they help solve your garden or design problems; creative displays; innovative products; how they help you learn in the garden classes or bring out your own creativity in art workshops. However, they have talents in areas we may not have been aware of. This exhibition showcases these talents and their high standard.

Some examples – Kat who organises events, seeds, office etc has demonstrated how an insect hotel can also be a work of art, Erin has a very distinctive gnome called Bruce holding back the bulldozers from demolishing BAAG, while her dad, Alastair , yard manager has “Family Adventure” photos, Joe, our pots/gifts manager, who has also had a ceramics art career has tried his hand with wood sculpture very successfully, Amy, weekend register etc (and art student) has a brilliantly coloured painting, Claire, plant buyer has sculpted a hazelnut seed in clay, Steve our signwriter has shown where his sense of colour and design for his signage have come from, Sarah form the nursery surprised us with a number of good paintings, embroidery by Stu, knotted wall hanging by Sara, office manager a

Here are some images from the exhibition:

Amy, weekend register etc (and art student) has a brilliantly coloured painting,

Sarah form the nursery surprised us with a number of good paintings, Meredith, gallery manager ran some workshops where Paul, CEO,  made an elephant, Heather a house, Claire a hazelnut seed (see below), and Claire’s children, Leo & Ella made some work. Meredith made a Ganesh and dragons

Kat who organises events, seeds, office etc has demonstrated how an insect hotel can also be a work of art,

Erin, Alastair’s daughter has a very distinctive gnome called Bruce holding back the bulldozers from demolishing BAAG, while her dad, ,

 

Paintings by Steve, signwriter and sarah from the nursery, Alastair , yard manager and Erin’s dad has “Family Adventure” photos, Sandra, mosaics tutor has Billy, the mosaics dg and Jules, web, wages etc has a photo collage.

Claire, plant buyer has sculpted a hazelnut seed in clay

Embroidery by Stu, with Sara, office manager’s wall hanging also in the picture

Steve our signwriter has shown where his sense of colour and design for his signage have come from

 

We  previously featured their work in exhibitions in the  Bolin Bolin Gallery – http://gallery.baag.com.au/?p=1233


Watch this space for more images of this year’s exhibition.

The Bolin Bolin Gallery at Bulleen Art & Garden,
6 Manningham Rd W., Bulleen. 98505155. www.baag.com.au 7 days a week.

 

 

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