A little glimpse

I’m a little disappointed to report that I’ve not been able to get along to see the Fabric exhibition that I mentioned last week.  But, luckily, my friend Lisa made it there and has kindly agreed to put together a little glimpse of the show for me to share. Thanks Lisa! The show is still open for a couple more days if you’re in the area.

Fabric is a lovely little exhibition bringing together 15 Artists who’s fabric in life is represented and weaved in many different ways.  I especially love Rosemary Cato’s etchings, such delicate threads of work. The patchwork coat made by Dominique Horne is truely amazing bringing the past to life.  Here’s a snap of a linocut ‘a velvet touch’ by Lisa Sewards which presents the gorgeous velvety coats of lovebirds.

As a bonus, you can book yourself into a printmaking course whilst you visit the venue, and there are lots of great cafes around on Glenferrie Road too!

The last days of this exhibition are this week, open this Wednesday and  & Thursday 11am to 5pm at the Firestation Print Studio, 2 Willis Street Armadale. Further details can be found: www.firestationprintstudio.com.au