On Show

There’s a few places to see my work these next few weeks – especially in you’re in Seattle!

Object Evolution exhibition installed at Bini Gallery in Collingwood, Australia.
Object Evolution exhibition installed at Bini Gallery in Collingwood, Australia.

My solo exhibition, Object Evolution, is on at Bini Gallery in Collingwood until the 30th of April. It’s got some new works and some old works, some borrowed works (that have finally be returned) and some blue works!

Jewel for a wall - 8 rhombii. Melissa Cameron. 2014
Jewel for a wall – 8 rhombii. Melissa Cameron. 2014

I guess this one is a teaser – I’ve posted about this piece, what it is, where it’s pointed me to and where it’s not going – over on the Heat Exchange blog.

Stacked Window Brooch. Stainless steel and 925 silver by Melissa Cameron, constituent parts from the Sieve Pattern of 2010.
Stacked Window Brooch. Stainless steel and 925 silver by Melissa Cameron, constituent parts from the Sieve Pattern of 2010.

This piece and two of its sisters are on display as a part of the Seattle Metals Guild Biennial Exhibition, on show at the Washington State Convention Center:
Corner of Pike St and 8th Ave in Seattle WA
2nd Floor, South Galleria
Dates: April 2– June 21, 2015

Blue Radical Axis. Brooch in stainless steel, 925 silver and vitreous enamel. 2012.
Blue Radical Axis. Brooch in stainless steel, 925 silver and vitreous enamel. 2012.

This piece is also out and about courtesy of the Seattle Metals Guild, as a part of the SMG Display of Pins at the Bellevue Arts Museum Store. Display Dates: April 17 – June 7, 2015.

Seattlites/Bellevue-ers are incredibly lucky at the moment as BAM has a couple of great jewellery exhibitions on right now. Just last week saw the opening of Jana Brevick: This Infinity Fits in My Hand which runs until August 16, 2015, and BAM also has the incredible travelling: Read My Pins: The Madeleine Albright Collection on display from from March 13 – June 7, 2015. Jana is giving an artist talk on the 9th of May – I’ll see you there!

Stitching the Void - brooch. Stainless steel and 925 silver by Melissa Cameron, constituent parts from the Sieve Pattern of 2010.
Stitching the Void – brooch. Stainless steel and 925 silver by Melissa Cameron, constituent parts from the Sieve Pattern of 2010.

Finally, the annual Pratt Fine Arts Center Auction (the Seattle Pratt, for you east-coasters) happens this weekend, and I have a piece that has been juried into the collection that will be offered to attendees on Saturday night. If you’re keen to just check out the work there’s a viewing open to all at Bell Harbor Conference Center – Pier 66, on Friday as well as an online version of the catalogue.