Last Thursday night saw the opening of Snip, Slice, Saw.
Thanks to all that attended - an excellent eve - I think all would agree!
This exhibition brings together artists from different disciplines who work with similar methods. Regardless of medium or tool, each artist uses the technique of cutting within their work. The delicate snip of scissors, the sharp fine blade of a scalpel, the biting teeth of a sawblade or the rough edge of a file remain evident in the final pieces as a mark of their making.
Sarah Heyward, Stone and Steel Landscape and Untitled
Melissa Cameron, Eight point Powder case pattern
Lizzie Sampson, Grass
Lorelei Clarke, If you lived here you'd be home by now
Kathy Fahey, Book & Boxes - George Town, Penang
Karah Sinden, Whirley, Swirls and Pinwheel
Jenny Bolhofner, Continental Drift
Jake Burrell, To Sign off and Sever Ties
Anna Davern, Nag, Nagaina and Krait
Emma Grace, Wake me up before you go
Deb McArdle, Tangled Wood and Poor Alice
Deborah Klein, Material Girls (artist book)
Christine Oakley, Magician's Assistant