9 Nov 2017
A spectacular display of original textile artworks goes on show this month at the Whitehorse Artspace.
Whitehorse Councillor Blair Barker said Reflection: Australian Quilts in Public Places exhibited works created by quilters throughout Australia.
“The show represents wide-ranging interpretations on the theme of ‘reflection’, is full of eye-catching colour and imagination and is a display of the brilliant skills that turn textiles into art,” Cr Barker said.
This is the fourth Australian Quilts in Public Places exhibition to be hosted by the City of Whitehorse.
A selection of artists will be available for demonstrations each Saturday during this exhibition.
Refection: Australian Quilts in Public Places runs 16 November-21 December at Artspace, Box Hill Town Hall, 1022 Whitehorse Road, Box Hill.
Free gallery demonstrations will be held every Saturday during Reflection: Australian Quilts in Public Places, and all are welcome to attend to see master quilters at work. Tea and coffee will be available at each workshop. To book your place at a demonstration, phone 9262 6250.
Saturday 18 November at 2pm
Tracey Leonard with thread painting and Julie Langford with layering techniques.
Saturday 25 November at 2pm
Judy Robinson Whitty with Sashiko quilting and Heather Bingham creating fabric colour with dyes and paints.
Saturday 2 December at 2pm
Anne Cocks with free-motion quilting and Julie Langford with surface embellishment.
Saturday 9 December at 1.30pm
Heather Bingham with textile textures.
Saturday 9 December at 2pm
Brother International representative Khai Sayasombath conducts a scan-and-cut machine demonstration.
Saturday 16 December at 2pm
Elaine Maslen with hand embroidery and Judy Robinson Whitty with felt embellishment.
Quilting by Deborah Wirsu, part of the Reflection exhibition
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