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Christmas Popup Shop Preview 2022
November 25, 2022 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm UTC+10
Join us for a jolly celebration of the arts and friendship. The preview of our Christmas Popup Shop, our final exhibition of 2022! The preview will begin at 5pm, Friday 25th November. Download your invitation to the Preview
Items will be on display and for sale from 21st November 2022 – 23rd December 2022
Popup Shop Local Artists
About Georgia Zelinski
Georgia Zelinski – Welding Artist
Hey, My name is Georgia Zelinski; I am 15 years old and started Welded In The Dust in 2021. My love of welding has expanded over the last year and I have now created cool pieces of metalwork. It all started when my design tech teacher Mr Dew, taught me how to weld and then my dad gave me some hints and tips. I am very proud of myself and what I have achieved as a 15-year-old. I hope you love my metalwork as much as I do.
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The Kumbia CWA are talented crafters who enjoy creating everything from patchwork to a range of novelty items.
About Kay Joyce
Kay Joyce – Textile Artist
Textiles have been a major focus in my life since childhood in the 1950‘s. My ensuing studies and training included techniques in many areas of sewing and crafts, design and textile science.
Mastering various traditional techniques and experimenting with their application in new situations provides me with a creative challenge and the potential for great personal pleasure, intrigue and fulfilment. I believe in respect for craft traditions and the need for technical excellence and attention to detail to support the creativity of design in arriving at a quality product.Living in the Bunya Mountains provides the inspiration and nurturing environment to use this love of textiles to produce pieces that express an idea or feeling. The heritage of this ecosystem embodies all there is of the power, wisdom, persistence, tranquility, brilliance and complexity that is nature. Each of my pieces tells its own unique story. In more recent years I have also begun to explore issues relating to the natural environment as it is affected by the impact of human activity.
As a medium, textile fibres possess both visual and tactile qualities that enable the artist great
freedom in the exploration of a subject or theme. I utilise these
intrinsic qualities in combination with hand and machine techniques to create textures, colours, patterns, shapes and forms that tell my stories and communicate them to a viewing audience.
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