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January Exhibitions 2019

Just an update on some upcoming exhibitions this January.

The first one is being held at Gallery M and is titled Art Matters. It is a collection of pieces by members of the Red House Group

The exhibition is being held at Gallery M from Jan 18 to Feb 10 2019. I have a plate on display featuring an octopus and jellyfish design. It has been created using a variety of techniques, including screen printing, stencil and some special handmade flame work features for the jellyfish tentacles.

I am also please to have 3 pieces accepted into the Brighton Jetty Sculptures exhibition this year. This is a regular January Exhibition which raises much needed funds for the Brighton Surf Lifesaving Club, so I am always happy to be involved with this event. It will be on from Jan 23 – Feb 3.

One mosaic featuring an Octopus design, has been created using a combination of glass and ceramic tiles. The image of the octopus has been raised to generate a 3D effect and I have kiln formed the suckers for the tentacles, making this a truly unique piece.

The glass puddle clock has been formed using multiple glass puddles and fusing them together. This gives the glass a great depth of colour and looks great against any wall.

A sea themed glass platter completes my entries this year. It has been made using a combination of freehand design and stencils and has lots of texture added during the firing process. All pieces are for sale throughout the exhibition. Follow the link for details.

Information about other previous exhibitions can be found here.

By kay@bluedragonflyart.com

A self employed artist living in idyllic Sellicks Beach in South Australia. Working in fused glass, mosaic, fabrics and printmaking. A variety of art is being sold around Adelaide, online and through exhibitions and workshops. There is a strong link between all art that is created and the natural environment. Having beautiful items in your home will enhance your quality of life and health. Buying local keeps local people employed, supporting artists creates stronger communities.

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