Friday, 24 January 2014

Natural Wonders Exhibition

My latest exhibition, Natural Wonders, closed earlier this month, so I thought I would post a few photos for those readers who could not make it to the gallery.  I had terrific response from the hundreds of visitors who attended, with wonderful comments such as "Magical exhibition in a magical place", "A very inspiring exhibition - the quality of work is outstanding" and "Well worth the drive, wonderful "  "what vision and patience". Many thanks to all visitors from Canberra, interstate and especially the visitors from New Zealand, Holland, Edinburgh, Germany and South Africa (to name a few!) who did manage to make it down to Tanja.
Narek Galleries at Tanja
View of 'No Man's Land' on plinth, 'Seasonal Variations' large hanging textiles
in the centre and works on paper on the left wall.

A closer view of 'Seasonal Variations' with 'Domestic Blueprint' in the
apse at the rear of the gallery, and 'Molonglo' photo to the right.
View of framed textiles at the opening.
The textiles in this exhibition used a mordant printing process, which I will be teaching at a Textile Fibre Forum Workshop in Geelong in September this year. For more information see

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