Visions III - An exhibition and sale of wearable art

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  • Location: Buderim Craft Cottage, Not Assigned 0000 Queensland

The Fabric Art and Surface Design Group of the Buderim Craft Cottage present their third Biennial Exhibition …
Visions III  -  An exhibition and sale of wearable art.

This exhibition will be held in the Buderim Craft Cottage Atrium Gallery on July 12 from 9am to 4pm,and July 13 from 9am to 3pm. 

This year we are featuring a display of Wacky Wearable Art.

We are also delighted to host a photographic exhibition of 'The Artists in their Workshops' by Gavin Keats.

The Fabric Art and Surface Design group has twenty members all practising textile artists working in many different mediums, silk, wool and cotton.  They produce exquisite art to wear, textile pictures and wall hangings.  These works use many techniques both modern and traditional, including hand dyeing of fabrics, machine embellishment, Nuno felting and Shibori.

A wearable art garment may take weeks to complete.  A work will begin with an idea - a unique design.  Just imagine starting with that idea and a clean piece of white fabric, then having to hand dye and sometimes machine embellish it before drafting your own pattern and hand making it to complete your ideas.  You may then realize why members of the group become obsessed with their work!! You are invited to come along and see some of these unique ideas.

The Buderim Craft Cottage is located in Main Street between the Memorial Hall and St Marks Anglican Church, opposite the Buderim State School.  Parking is available at the rear of the hall.

For further information please contact Lyn  5445 6113


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