Friday, 17 October 2014

The final weeks of 2014.

Kerry has been busy travelling, exhibiting, going to openings, hosting openings, Park maintenance and having fun. 
In late September he was in a group show in London.  The Gagliardi Gallery in Kings Road, Chelsea is a great venue and the Gagliardis know how to have an opening; lots of fabulous food and wine, great people and of course, marvellous Art..

 Before leaving for London Kerry had 2 small sculptures enlarged using 3d printing. This was Kerry’s first use of the process and when he returned from overseas he discovered there was a lot of work still to be done to retrieve the finer details of the pieces before they are cast. Sanding styrofoam is not a pleasant activity.
 The ‘Quirky Festival’ was held at Ceramic Break on Saturday 11th October and it coincided with our last opening of the year. The Festival was organized by the Gwydir Shire’s amazing Georgia Standerwick and her terrific team and it was a fabulous week of creative workshops for all ages and interests run by local artists.  At Ceramic Break we were lucky to have the vocal talent of Fabio from Armidale who was a great hit.  Kerry really enjoyed the day.

 Since then Kerry has been on the road delivering bronzes to two separate shows in NSW, one at Mudgee and the other in the Hunter Valley. When these are sorted he will return to the studio.


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