Wednesday, May 19, 2010

making + taking ....

Noticed how the weeks are flying off the shelf at the moment???
I have.
I feel like im barely keeping up these days, and when I do feel like this, I usually say to myself, 'don't keep up...just go with the flow and do what you feel like you can accomplish'.
Good advice to follow.... if you have no exhibition deadlines looming!
One show that finished yesterday and was ticked off the list was the Make Believe exhibition at Gaffa. Shame it's already flown into the ether, as it was such a lovely show to be involved with this year ...
Thought Id post up some images from Gaffa gallery that I took on a wet + woolly Sydney day...
Hope you like them...

As the gallery spaces are all configured around a central atrium, you can enter the show from two doors. This is an image of the show in the main room walking in from left of the stairs....

The amazing neckpiece of George Plionis + drawings from myself!


To the right of me was the photography work of Daniel Weisz + Gabe Clark...



On the plinth is a sculptural piece by Penny Snars and in the background, a photographic series by Jo Wijangco...



More of Penny's work in the foreground and on the wall is Gino Ho (left) and Annalyse McLeod...



Photographic series of people shot from behind by Gabe Clark...



The lovely black vinyl jewellery of Chantal Sneedon with two large format images by Steve Goddard in the background....


The lovely purple brooches of Jess Paige...



On the left is the beautifully weaved jewellery work of Jane Bowring with Steve Goddards photos on the right....



On the wall in front is the felted work of Rachel O'Louglin with Mel+Kylie's work through the window on the left and Olenka Fombertaux's installation just visible through the right window...



The sustainability photographic series by Mel Young + Kylie Johnston....


An old school tv video installation by Debbie Pryor sits on the floor in the second room of the show ....


A second series of drawings by me sit on the left with the works of Jane and Steve peering through the window....


And finally there was the work of Olenka Fombertaux with a badge installation, made by school children, with each piece sold going to charity....



I hope you liked this tiny virtual walk through tour of Make Believe....

I loved being a part of it and I hope to do it all again next year for our 5th year!!!

Take care and keep warm + dry x

1 comment:

Bella said...

Lovely. Sorry to have missed it.
Angela