Melissa’s work stays in Seattle while she’s debuting new Resist pieces at SNAG in NOLA!
While Paul Klee tumble turns at my drawing and undrawing of lines, I’ll illuminate what these two things mentioned in the header have in common (apart from the obvious), since you didn’t ask…
This little social unit and their friends are in their last day of the Drawing The Line exhibition at Facèré gallery in Seattle today, while the drawn (or perhaps fully combobulated) images of the set have just been made into postcards which will be available from me at SNAG conference in New Orleans, starting on tomorrow! I’ll also be at the Trunk Show on Saturday afternoon:
2nd Floor, Waterbury Ballroom
500 Canal St, New Orleans, LA 70130
3:30-4:30 – VIP Trunk Show
4:30-6:30 – Trunk Show is open to the public!
I have created new works in the Resist range – new neckpieces and earrings and a bigger pin – to debut at the show (think of the necklaces as lines, similar to the above), and for this special occasion the customary donation of 10% of the ticket price of this series will be split between Islamic Relief (as previously) AND the ACLU!
Part of the Adorned Spaces exhibit at the 2017 SNAG conference, Making America Great is a showcase of jewellery made by immigrants. It runs on the 25th and 26th of May at the Sheraton Hotel on Canal St in New Orleans.
Platforma is curators Bella Neyman and Ruta Reifen
Forces, an exhibition in North Sydney at the wonderful Studio 20/17 Project Space, run by Bridget Kennedy
Forces – 10.5.17 – 27.5.17
Fluidity and strength in contemporary jewellery and object practice using steel – the dirty metal
Closing drinks and Artists Talk on Saturday 27th May 2-4pm
An exhibition of contemporary steel art by a selected range of jewellery and object makers, curated by Melbourne artist Sarah Heyward.
The use of steel in contemporary jewellery and object practice is intriguing. Whilst traditionally used for manufacturing purposes, steel is seductive with a beautiful luster and sheen. Investigations into industrial landscapes, enamel on steel, heat treatment methods, and the repurposed object are all areas in which notable makers have been exploring and engaging with this material within their practice.
“This exhibition explores themes around fluidity and strength in our everyday lives. The push and pull of our environment, both in the natural world and political sphere, the forces, which make us feel both fragile and insignificant but also powerful and resilient. At a time where we face potential environmental catastrophes, nature – in which many artists find inspiration – reminds us how merciless the earth’s forces can be. This exhibition hopes to act as a celebration of steel as a material and also the investigations we undertake to make the material speak.” – Sarah Heyward
On Saturday 27th May there will be an Artist Talk accompanied with celebratory drinks from 2-4pm. The artists speaking are Sarah Heyward, Susan Buchanan, and Lindy McSwan; all welcome.
Artists participating: Sarah Heyward, Jin ah Jo, Lindy McSwan, Melissa Cameron, Alicia Carriero, and Susan Buchanan, Inari Kiuru.
Check out the show here:
Studio 20/17 Project Space
53 Ridge Street, North Sydney
Open: 11 – 5 Tues – Sat
+61 411 808 274
Melissa is exhibiting at a group show at Facèré Jewelry Art in Seattle. Lecture and opening: Wednesday, May 3 at 4 and 5pm!
I’m really pleased to share the Drone works (half of which is in the image above) will be showing alongside the the Drawing the Line exhibition at Facèré Jewelry Art when it opens this Wednesday, May 3rd, in downtown Seattle. Come to the opening lecture from 4pm to hear me talk about the works in the show – the new additions to the Body/Politic series, and their progenitor, the Drone series.
May 3, 2017 – May 23, 2017
Lecture: Wednesday, May 3 at 4:00 PM
Reception: Wednesday, May 3 at 5:00 PM