"The Fibre Show - Unravelled"
Fri 8th June - Sat 4th August
It’s that time again at Blue Knob Hall Gallery, just when we are ready to climb into our winter woollies the Gallery puts on its annual Fibre Exhibition.
The title of this exhibition alludes to the unraveling or disentangling of threads, those balls of wool, fibre and other natural materials that are then re-formed, reconstituted into an artwork, sculpture or item of clothing that often belies the materials used.
Unraveling can also mean the solving of a mystery, making plain or clear. In the process of using fibre, exploring and presenting it back to the world we inform those around us about the use of fibre in our lives and the ability to create and make use of it in all its manifestations.
This year we are once again delighted to have the work of Polly and Myfanwy Stirling, Sachiko Kotaka, Masu Kotaka and Hisako Saito. For several years Sachiko’s mother and sister have been sending their exquisite pieces from Japan especially for this exhibition. With Melissa Hume’s beautiful vests and jackets this is an exhibition that covers every variable from wearable clothing to a variety of art works that represent all the creativity that can come from playing with fibre.
The Opening Night will be on Friday 8th June at 6:30pm with a meal on the night for $20 per person incl mains and dessert. If you would like to come along please book with the Gallery on 66897449 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The exhibition runs until Sat 4th August.
Knob Hall Gallery 719 Blue Knob Road, Lillian Rock NSW 2480