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waterlillies in glass10 April to   23 May, 2015

Artists include Jenny Culic, Sean Diamond, Jane DubskyNicola Hoyle, Joel Medley, Jenny Overton,  Tim Read,    Robyn Stewardson

This mixed exhibition  includes glass by Jenny Culic, metal sculpture by Sean Diamond, Nicola Hoyle, Joel Medley, Tim Read & Wendy Brady, owls from recycled household items by Robyn Stewardson, hand painted pottery by Jane Dubsky, and a mosaic by Jenny Overton.



Wall panel by Jenny Culic


Bolin Bolin Gallery at Bulleen Art  & Garden

6 Manningham Rd W., Bulleen. 88503030.

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Jenny Culic,

Jenny Culic, otherwise known as Hysteric Fairy Fine Art is a glass artist new to Bulleen Art & Garden.

“.. my art is whimsical, colourful and spontaneous .. my passion is painting but a few years ago i was introduced to art glass – i now enjoy kiln working and bead making (flame work). my art reflects my personality and i take inspiration from a number of sources- mythology, fantasy fiction, my past, my present. each piece of glass is made with the same unique expression as my paintings.  Work in this exhibition includes:

pink and purple fairy frolic floaty blue fairy daisy dragonfly vase

Jane Dubsky

Jane makes beautiful detailed pots painted with birds, flowers, and other scenes. For this exhibition she has work boasting Australian wildflowers, tulips and Iznic flowers

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Joel Medley has a large Australian totem pole with an eagle & kangaroo on it,








And a new mosaic work by Jenny Overtonmexican skull

 Nicola Hoyle

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Sculptures by Nicola and a screen by Tim Read

Sean Diamond

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Sculpture by Tim Read

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Bolin Bolin Gallery acknowledges the Wurundjeri people as traditional custodians of the land now known as Manningham. We pay our respects to Wurundjeri Elders past, present and emerging, and value their ongoing contribution to the cultural heritage of the area.