Monday, 29 August 2016

The Dancing Crows

 
 
 
 
On a hill high above Ceramic Break Sculpture Park, two crows are dancing and singing
 under a crescent moon.
What fun!
And what an adventure to move such large pieces.
To Be Continued.
 
 
 



Sunday, 12 June 2016

Annual Myall Creek Memorial Exhibition









The art was amazing, the weather was wonderful and everyone had a great time at our Aboriginal show.












 
 



 

Friday, 29 April 2016

The opening with class..


The sun shone, the crowds came and everyone had a cultured time at Ceramic Break’s first opening of 2016.

Two artists, Margie Makim and Marilynne Barnes are exhibiting through May 2016.
 
Margie Makim’s exhibition included paintings, installations and performances of song, music and readings from the text.  The enthusiastic auction conducted by professional auctioneer Mark Smith  added another layer of fun and excitement to the proceedings.

 
Louise Gilmore on saxophone



  Yvonne Ledingham reading from the text, 'The Washerwoman's Dream'.




The variety of activities was a first for Ceramic Break and it was a great show with fabulous performances from musicians, singers and readers.






Marilynne Barnes nudes are a delight and her artist talk gave a special insight into her work. When you visit be sure to look for the one male nude in her show, 'Bodylines'.

Friday, 1 April 2016

Into the dark interior.


The Impala is hollow and over 2 metres tall. Kerry's exquisite doors open the way to the interior where all the organs and a baby Impala will be nestled.








Sunday, 6 March 2016

Organs


At Ceramic Break Sculpture Park
Where Kerry lives and sculpts his art
He’s working on an inside story
Of organs, large n small n ornery

So come with me and listen as
An interview will come to pass
To expose all the artist’s thoughts
Of how the creative process works..





Int            Kerry Cannon, how do your creative processes work?

Kerry       I'm inspired by everyday things that I find funny and I exaggerate them.

Int            How does that fit in with the Impala's organs?

Kerry       I used to devour anatomy books and once took an anatomy lab workshop
                 and I like to use that knowledge.
                 I thought it would be fun to put in the organs with an African flair.

Int            Tell me about the African flair.

Kerry       I have taken little motifs from different places on the continent that I like
                  and I incorporated them into my design.

Int            Thank you Kerry for sharing your thoughts with us today.

Monday, 29 February 2016

Cooler Times.

As the long, hot summer begins to cool, Ceramic Break Sculpture Park is again open to all. During our quiet time, thanks go to Nerida and Kylie for keeping the Park watered, mowed and clean. Kerry’s bronzes attract the birds, they love to leave multiple messages and cleaning them is a never ending activity.
It is not only Mad Dogs and Englishmen who go out in the midday sun, many intrepid visitors called our Artist in Residence, Margie Makim who paused her own Art work to enthusiastically open the Park and welcome those who made an appointment for a tour. Margie’s show will be our first exhibition in April.
And Kerry continues with the impala. This very tall antelope will be hollow, permitting a view of her inner parts that Kerry has been sculpting, heart, liver, kidneys, bladder and gall bladder to name some of them. It is incredible that we mammals can fit so many organs into such a compact space.
More anon..