Northern Rivers is full of exciting artistic inspiration. I took a break from my clay yesterday to drop off my entry for Coraki Art Exhibition. Coraki “meeting of the waters” is situated at the junction of the Richmond and Wilson Rivers. A quiet and welcoming spot rich in history and cultural it was a pleasure to visit Coraki and good luck to all the artists.
Then it was off to Serpentine Gallery in Lismore who are preparing for their next exhibition Tattoos, Textures and Textiles which opens on 2 November.
Lismore Regional Gallery was preparing for exhibitions opening on the weekend – Shaun Gladwell, Kate Maurice, Miriam Salomon. Afghanistan: Shaun Gladwell 27 October – 9 December, 2012. Galleries 2 and 3 will be one exhibition I will be reviewing with interest. I can’t wait.
Going home via Ballina I had the pleasure of seeing a pop up Gallery in River St Ballina featuring the stunning work of Jacqueline King and Kim Toft.
The Northern Rivers Gallery at Ballina will be exhibiting the work of Cassandra Purdon on 2 November – more details later – but this will be one not to miss.
and speaking of something not be be missed – Mud Colony! I’m on my way. http://mudcolony.blogspot.com.au/
happy clay days everyone