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Textile practitioners Liz Gemmell, Beth Hatton, Irene Manion and Barbara Rogers explore environmental issues, abstraction through geometric pattern and innovative garment design.Find out more »
Rowan Conroy, Paul Ogier and Catherine Rogers present three diverse bodies of work which survey the role of the garden as a concept within current photographic practice.Find out more »
How did a story that was recorded centuries ago by two German brothers inspire Australian artist Gabrielle Mordy to immerse paper within pots of boiling eucalyptus leaves?Find out more »
Textiles and Leather are hand dyed in shibori technique by Barbara RogersFind out more »
Catherine Rogers shows new large landscape photographs from the Kimberleys and the King Leopold Ranges taken in the winter of 2011.Find out more »
Julie Ryder, Barbara Rogers and Catherine Rogers show works in blue for the Barometer Gallery annual Xmas exhibition.Find out more »
Sibella Court's first book Etcetera etc: creating beautiful interiors with the things you love won Best Designed Book of the Year 2010. Now, with her award-winning photographer brother, Chris Court, she has created an installation at Barometer Gallery so that you can explore within the life-size pages of Etcetera.Find out more »
‘Sugar & Spice and all Things Nice’- is what little girls are made of. Isn’t it?
Pia Larsen presents three works that address notions of 'liberation', ageing and self-determination for women today.Find out more »
The World Shibori Network Australia and New Zealand is a group of textile artists working in shibori or shaped resist dyeing.
Here is a selection of works produced for their latest exhibition 'Out of the Box - Shibori Forces Downunder'.Find out more »
Julie Ryder's solo exhibition, Companion Planting, is inspired by a 2009 Hill End residency in Murray’s Cottage, the former home of Donald Friend and Donald Murray. The complex relationship between the gregarious well-known artist, (Friend) and the reclusive, introverted gardener (Murray) is explored through watercolours, textiles and objects that are sourced directly from the cottage garden.Find out more »