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I have always had a special relationship with colour as I have a background designing fabrics for textile houses in New York and here in Sydney.Find out more »
These pieces demonstrate the extent to which the traditional craft of Shibori adapts to contemporary garments.Find out more »
My inspiration is from classic Madras stripes and checks always looking beautiful as saris and lunghis. I have designed a range of reversible handwoven quilts, throws, scarves, towels and cushions in reds, navy and indigos.Find out more »
Horizon (that place between) Photographs (pigment inks on paper) Catherine Rogers 6-30 November 2019 Open by appointment. Please phone either Catherine 0414872037, or Barometer 93584968Find out more »
Following her successful exhibition Nauru Diary in 2015, Sally McInerney presents a new exhibition, to The Islands, based on her recent travels to islands, with a thoughtful investigation of the nature of island life.Find out more »
Touch me. Remind me I am here. is an exhibition that encourages us to touch the world. Woven, threaded and knotted horsehair binds together a diverse body of work comprising bronze sculpture, dance performance and lace, the result of Théau's PhD research.Find out more »
Celebrating folk art, hand weaving and embroidered textiles. A tradition carried on in villages throughout India.
Sally Campbells Handmade Textile’s sale includes quilts, cushions, throws, clothes and scarves.
The surprising boldness and eclecticism of Japanese fabric design will not be a surprise to those who have been following ‘all things Japanese’. For those who are new to it you are in for a delightful experience.Find out more »
Employing surrealism, the purpose is to disrupt ways of seeing and lend a hyperreality to the image.Find out more »