Solstice exhibition

Image collection:
Vicki Mason, Winter Wattle Brooch, powder coated brass, linen, cotton, fabric pen. 60 x 30  mm
Melissa Cameron, Sunset Study Necklace, found steel tyre ring, vitreous enamel. 2mm diameter chain, 400mm diameter circle.
Zachery Lechtenberg, Cluster Brooch 1, copper, Silver, Steel, enamel. 50 x 10 mm
Mio Kuhnen, Fritillary Butterfly Brooch, Champlevé enamel, copper, stainless steel. 38 x 43 x 18 mm
Claire McArdle, Small Tools for Change (Swift Parrots), 2021. Recycled red ironbark (Eucalyptus tricarpa), car exhaust, leather cord. 155 x 40 x3 5mm 

Solstice – celebration marking the beginning of summer and the new year coming.

Opened last Saturday, 13 November 2021

Aurélie Guillaume, Bic Tieu, Claire McArdle, Carlier Makigawa, Daniel DiCaprio, David Walker, Eugenie Keefer Bell, Helen Aitken-Kuhnen, Johannes Kuhnen, Julie Blyfield, Kath Inglis, Marian Hosking, Mio Kuhnen, Melissa Cameron, Sean O’Connell, Vicki Mason and Zachery Lechtenberg.

This year we wanted to mark the end of the year by celebrating the beginning of summer and a new year coming. Through winter we have been looking forward to when shadows become shorter and warm days linger. This year has been a hard road for many of us and we wanted to focus on the positive and look towards the renewal of the new year coming through the summer solstice. 

For this exhibition there are new collections of works by many of our artists and a few new artists to join us at Bilk.  We look forward to showing these new collections to you as well as celebrating the summer solstice.​

For those unable to visit us at Bilk Gallery, the complete new collection is available on-line.​

Gallery Hours:  Friday and Saturday 11.00 am to 5.00 pm or by appointment until Saturday 18 December 2021. To view the collection of Artists at Bilk Gallery, please make a private appointment by contacting us via email gallery@bilk.com.au or telephone: 0433694669.

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