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2019 SALA exhibition news and workshop events for Blue Dragonfly Art

SALA Exhibition – August 3rd to 31st. 
This is my main exhibition each year, and I am always excited to create new and interesting things along a specific theme.
I have titled my exhibition Time and Tide, as it features a range of handmade glass clocks and other items with a blue sea theme.
The exhibition will be on display at Mclaren Unvaled, 122 Main Rd, Mclaren Vale for the whole month. Here are a few sneak peak photos of the new pieces for the exhibition. 

Workshop Information

In addition there is also a workshop series running as well to coincide with the exhibition. Drop in to see the 2019 SALA exhibition or just to say hello when the workshops are on.
These workshops further explore new and interesting ways to create art inexpensively at home. They are also a great way to de-stress and spend some time with friends doing something new. Links and details below.

  • Advanced mosaic workshop Sat August 3
  • 3D mosaics, round objects and much more
  • Bookings
  • Paper marbling and other paper crafts
  • Explore making these intricate patterns.
  • Sun August 11th
  • Bookings
  • Boxmaking Sat Aug 31st
  • Learn how to custom make boxes of any shape or size
  • Bookings

Shop News

New stock is being added to my website, it is not too early to begin thinking about those difficult Christmas gifts!! 
I have been experimenting with a new range of earrings, as well as the traditional pendant range. Free postage on all items.

More workshop information can be found, about what will be covered in the workshops

Bookings for other upcoming workshops can be found here


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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