The talented Western Suburbs Clayworkers are proudly presenting their annual exhibition at Richard Randall Gallery, Brisbane Botanic Gardens, Mt Coot-tha on the weekend of 2nd and 3rd September 2017 (Father's Day weekend). Entry is FREE and all are welcome.
Entitled 'Clay, Fire, Magic', this stunning group exhibition showcases unique handmade stoneware, earthenware, raku and sculptures in new glaze textures and bright new colours.
All the displayed items are of a high-quality and are available for sale - so why not add to your own growing art collection or purchase a special gift for a loved one.
Vistors will also have the opportunity to participate in the judging of the 'Plates, Platters and Nothing Else Matters' wall - the winning artist will be awarded this year's 'People's Choice Award'.
If you are feeling inspired after viewing the 2017 showcase, you can speak to one of the friendly members of the Western Suburbs Clayworkers. The group meets monthly at Sherwood Neighbourhood Centre, 38 Thallon Street, Sherwood and in the last six months, members have participated in many mini-workshops, a raku firing and outings to galleries and regional pottery groups. You don't have a tertiary qualification or have worked as a professional potter to join the Western Suburbs Clayworkers, but the majority of members have undertaken private classes.
'Clay, Fire, Magic' Western Suburbs Clayworkers annual exhibition is open on the weekend of 2nd and 3rd September 2017 (Father's Day weekend) from 9am to 4pm daily. Entry is FREE and there is ample FREE parking available onsite. Why not come along as part of your Father's Day celebrations!