Bilk Gallery has completed a Full Circle. The gallery space is once again connected to a workshop in a beautiful rural setting 10 minutes out of Canberra.
Our first exhibition will showcase new pieces from; Brenda Ridgewell, Carlier Makigawa, Chris Bahng, Cinnamon Lee, Claire McArdle, Daniel DiCaprio, Helen Aitken-Kuhnen, Johannes Kuhnen, Julie Blyfield, Kath Inglis, Larah Nott, Linda Hughes, Marian Hosking, Melissa Cameron, Mio Kuhnen, Nick Bastin, Sean O’Connell, Taweesak Molsawat and Vicki Mason.
Please join us for the opening weekend on the 21 and 22 November 2020 11.00 am to 5.00 pm.
Following the opening weekend the gallery hours will be Friday & Saturday 11.00 am to 5.00 pm or by appointment until the 20 December 2020.
Purchases made during this exhibition can be taken home on the day. The exhibition will be made available online and pieces can be purchased through the website for those who cannot make it to our new space.
This will be a masked event, with disposable masks and hand sanitiser available at the gallery (and social distancing). The new space has a beautiful garden area and weather pending, there will be seating and tables outside. We ask while it might be a rural property, please do not bring your dogs as we have dogs of our own.
Please RSVP via firstname.lastname@example.org as in these uncertain times it will make it easier for us make this a safe social distancing event.
We looking forward to seeing you and connecting once again.
Mio, Helen and Johannes
Opening weekend Saturday 21 & Sunday 22 November 2020 11.00 am to 5.00 pm.
Gallery hours: Friday & Saturday 11.00 am to 5.00 pm, or by appointment until the 20 December.
Bilk Gallery – 403 Captians Flat Road Carwoola – (02) 6232 9411
Directions: 403 Captains Flat Road Carwoola – 4 km from the roundabout. Prepare to turn left after the second 90 km sign. There is an electric gate with a big B for Bilk. Press the button to open the gate and follow the directions at the top of the driveway for gallery.Bilk Gallery
I’ve stayed at the farm as I prepared for the opening of my two exhibitions at the ‘old’ Bilk. As you might expect it’s a beautiful mix of rural views outside (with frequent kangaroo visitors) and incredible hand-made design inside. If you have the chance I implore you to go see the show and catch up with Mio, Helen and Johannes.