Come to see an intriguing collection in a light-filled studio in a Victorian Arts and Crafts villa. Mysterious figures fill the space; paintings from old photos evoke stories of displacement and the distance of memories; and in the centre, ceramic animal/human figures convey intriguing narratives, influenced by Trickster mythologies. Delicate and precise experimental prints hint at one of the artist’s background in architecture. And if you’re lucky, you may be in time for home baking with coffee!
Ewa Cobel Prints
Saya McNairn-Yanagi Ceramic sculpture
- New Open House