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Parallels will be an installation of contemporary textiles that explores the diversity and language of the stripe, the simplest of all patterns, yet a highly versatile tool for communication. Timeless, gender-neutral and appealing to all ages, stripes create maximum impact.Find out more »
This exhibition pays tribute to the craftspeople I have collaborated with over 10 years. Specialising in block printing, natural dye, hand weaving, shibori and embroidery.Find out more »
The Dyehaus Studio textile exhibition showcases the vast potential of natural dyes which are expertly created using range of plants growing in the Blue Mountains. The works reveal the elemental energy and broad range of pattern which can be achieved dyeing with 100% raw natural plant materials controlled through a range of specialised natural dyeing techniques.Find out more »
A selection from the series of photographs picturing various roads and pathways across the country.
The third exhibition of photographic works that also reflect on the progress of this extraordinary year which is 2020.
Artists Kathie Najar and Rhonda Pryor present an exhibition of new artworks that focus on the natural world with deep connections to both land and sea. Experience of sensory memory forged through close association with Tasmanian forest wilderness and central Queensland ocean are hand-crafted into works that communicate personal interior experience through media that include installation, photomedia, drawing, textile and painting. Networks of metaphorical, social and ethical relationships with nature permeate this exhibition.Find out more »
'submerged’ continues Julie Ryder’s fascination with the craze for seaweed collecting from the 19th century to the present day.Find out more »
Barbara Rogers reflects on her trip to Japan to study ancient and contemporary shibori techniques through these richly patterned textiles. Shibori is an ancient Japanese resist dye process used to create complex patterns on textilesFind out more »
Black and white panoramic photographs by Catherine Rogers picturing parts of the first major demolition and redevelopment of Sydney's historic Darling Harbour precinct. Pigment ink on archival cotton papers. VIEW BY APPOINTMENT Please Phone: 02 9358 4968 catherinerogers.com.auFind out more »
Shibori patterns on silk textiles created by Barbara Rogers have been photographed by Catherine Rogers and reworked in Photoshop to create further Shibori-like patterns which have been printed on paper.Find out more »