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Trois Artisans – Basketry, Textiles, Glass

28 April 2023 9:00 am - 13 June 2023 5:00 pm


Trois Artisans – Jeanette Carter, Carly Leech, Jenie Yolland

These 3 friends met at the Box Hill Community Arts Centre and have decided once again to pool their talents for an exhibition. They are :

Carly Leech, whose work involves “drawing” with a sewing machine, or free motion machine embroidery. She also explores 3d forms using this technique. (more info at ttps:// 
Jeanette Carter a visual artist who enjoys working with clay and fibre. She was introduced to basket weaving during a teacher exchange to Pennsylvania in 1987 and has been prolifically weaving her baskets since then. For this exhibition she has submitted  a series of coiled circular wall hangings using a Mariposa stitch, which are sculptural works of art. she has used mainly Autumn coloured fabric and cord and framed them with dried Jasmine vine. She has also been working on Random weave shapes made out of pea flower vine and cobbled baskets made from corn husk and colored fibre.

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Jenie Yolland, glass art who has been working with kiln formed glass for over 20 years. She has included a series of amusing and heartwarming representations of colourful glass fish following a recent trip to snorkle the Barrier Reef with her daughter, some hitherto un-exhibited sculptural items in wrought iron stands, some larger wall mounted glass designs, and one or two large alcohol ink compositions. She loves glass and is inspired by nature, sunsets, raindrops, gum leaves and much more. (more info at

They have previously exhibited together in the gallery at Bulleen Art & Graden, including :

   More images form the exhibition











28 April 2023 9:00 am
13 June 2023 5:00 pm
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6 Manningham Rd W
Bulleen, Victoria 3105 Australia
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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.