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An exclusive showcase of handcrafted contemporary textiles

Local Brisbane textile artists, Wendy Bailye and Sharyn Hall, are proudly presenting their 10th annual selling exhibition of exclusive handcrafted contemporary textiles at Richard Randall Art Studio, Brisbane Botanical Gardens this November.

This wonderfully creative event will run from the 21st to 30th of November 2018 and is not to be missed. Entry is FREE.

'Wild Things: Decadence' is the place to purchase a unique selection of handmade textile treasures, including hand printed, painted, felted & stitched wearables, accessories & homewares, wall art, handcrafted jewellery, cards & art journals and more.

Read how the 'Wild Things' Exhibition came to be at www.wendybailye.com/the-story-of-wild-things-textile-exhibition

'Wild Things: Decadence' Art Exhibition & Sale

Wild Things Decadence celebrates the 10th year Sharyn and Wendy have been working and exhibiting together. Their annual exhibitions at Richard Randall Art Studio have given them the opportunity to present new, innovative ideas in the form of contemporary textiles.

Wild Things Decadence will focus on some of the fabulous places they have visited as travelling textile nomads. From Eastern exotic destinations to the sparse desert landscapes of Central Australia their respective colours, textures and patterns have inspired their current range of handmade textiles with a contemporary twist.

Come and be inspired by some gorgeous colours and textures! All items are made with priceless individuality with an emphasis on natural materials. Don't miss this opportunity to support local artists and also purchase one of a kind gifts for loved ones or yourself!


This exhibition will be open to the public from 9am to 5pm on weekdays & 9am to 4pm on weekends at the Richard Randall Art Studio, Brisbane Botanical Gardens, Mt Coot-tha.

With only TEN days to shop, come and spend time in the gardens, enjoy lunch at the refurbished cafe and then shop for the perfect Christmas gifts!

Entry is free and both artists will be present at the exhibition. It is worth noting that the Woodworkers Guild exhibition will also be open on the weekend of 24th & 25th November in the Gardens Auditorium, so why not make a day of it!

For more information on the exhibition or artists, please visit www.wendybailye.com, www.sharynhalldesigns.com, www.facebook.com/wildthingstextileart #wildthingstextileart


 

An afternote: Both Sharyn and Wendy have studied and/ or taught extensively in Australia and overseas. Both have travelled with Expertise events as featured artists to Craft and Quilt fairs throughout Australia. Both have exhibited extensively. Sharyn also had the privilege of being awarded a Churchill Fellowship-travelling and studying overseas. Wendy has just returned from a teaching trip to Iceland, Ireland and the UK as well as teaching at Titjikala Community in Central Australia and the Beanie Festival in Alice Springs. Sharyn has recently been on a textile tour of Morocco. These travels have influenced their making and their exhibition will highlight these travels and resulting works. They like to think of themselves as a combination of textile nomad and Granny-preneur!

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When: 21-30 November 2018
Where: Richard Randall Art Studio, Mount Coot Tha Rd, Toowong QLD 4066
Cost: Free
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