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Category Archives: 2016

Elizabeth Kelly
2nd November – 26th November 2016

Drawing inspiration from organic geometry, Kelly has thrown into the mix saturation of hue and infinite colour possibilities to produce glass sculptures that allow the viewer to appreciate what is already evident in the natural world. [maxgallery id="7669"] [caption id="attachment_7622" align="aligncenter" width="400"] Elizabeth Kelly, Steel and Marmalade, 2013, pressed glass, 240 x 50 x 50cm…
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A Time of Gifts
30th November – 24th December 2016

Stanley Street Gallery’s annual group exhibition features unique and timeless works of art, perfect for the time of giving. A TIME OF GIFTS is an invitation to collectors and lovers of art to discover unique gifts for the special people in our lives or to reward yourself at Christmas time.   Artists exhibiting include: Harley…
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Eden Lennox
Party Animal
2nd November – 19th November 2016

An exhibition of contemporary jewellery combining precious metals and post-consumables; parts of vintage dolls, toys and found objects; a body of work that takes as its starting points the reuse and “upcycling” ethos of arte povera and the do-it-yourself aesthetic of post-punk. “The notion of preciousness is the key consideration of my practice. I examine…
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5th October – 29th October 2016

What does it look like when artists are asked to try something new? At what point does ‘sculpture’ become ‘jewellery’? How can the body animate work? Does something designated ‘jewellery’ need to be wearable? What happens when we ask people (the maker/the viewer) to step outside their usual frame of reference for an artwork? A…
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The Tank
Fiona Meller and Tracy Lymn
Waiting for Hope
7th – 24th September 2016

Sculptor/jeweller Fiona Meller and artist/photographer Tracy Lymn have joined forces to present Waiting for Hope. By employing their different artistic disciplines, Fiona and Tracy have collaborated to create works that focus on the symbols and talismans associated with hope, luck and good fortune. The still life photograph by Tracy Lymn portrays carefully selected components chosen…
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