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Ceramics, Exhibitions, Jewellery

Artwear: a Fashion Exhibition

Recently I was curated into an exhibition at Brunswick Street Gallery called Artwear. It was great exhibition with lots of different wearable art exhibits and many more abstract and not so wearable art examples.

Unfortunately I was not able to get enough photos to do the show justice. On the day of installation there was too much chaos and opening night was jam packed, so impossible to take photos of artworks.

I thought I’d get back there before the show closed, but life just gets in the way and I ran out of time. So my only photo opportunity was at pack up. When I got there though, some works had already been collected. I managed to take a few snaps, but missed some great artworks such as foil wall works, shredded paper dresses and moulded body wall works, to name a few.

My wearable artworks are the ceramic jewelry in the glass case. Most of these are now listed on my Etsy site, and would make great Christmas pressies if you are looking for gifts that are different and unique. I also take custom orders, so message me your wearable art ideas 🙂

Following is a slideshow of the artworks I managed to get images of… enjoy!

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