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Glass Miniatures

Exhibition  /  27 Jan 2017  -  25 Feb 2017
Published: 26.01.2017
Glass Miniatures.
Bilk Gallery
Management:
Helen Aitken-Kuhnen, Johannes Kuhnen, Mio Kuhnen
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Intro
The biannual Miniature Glass exhibitions at Bilk Gallery have become a tradition and an eagerly awaited time at Bilk Gallery.

Artist list

Clare Belfrage, Giles Bettison, Claudia Borella, Scott Chaseling, Brain Corr, Matt Curtis, Mel Douglas, Evelyn Dunstan, Mel George, Tevita Havea, Brian Hirst, Jacqueline Knight, Jenni Martinello, Klaus Moje, Tom Moore, Ian Mowbray, Kirstie Rea, Tom Rowney, Harriet Schwarzrock, Ben Sewell, Mikki Trail, Janice Vitkovsky, Richard Whitley
Miniature Glass 17  is a participating exhibition with the 2017 Auslgass Conference (r)evolve.
The artists this year have  created a collection of miniature wall panels and sculptural objects.  Along side the miniatures are large scaled objects and wall panels providing reference to the artists everyday scale. Working on a smaller scale can be not only challenging but also quite enjoyable. 

The artists participating in this year’s exhibition have enjoyed the challenge and generously agreed to work outside their proportion zone. The objects for this years exhibition display characteristics of beauty, vibrancy and delicateness. Even though they are miniatures of larger pieces, some have taken as long or longer than the larger versions to create.
 
The biannual Miniature Glass exhibitions at Bilk Gallery have become a tradition and an eagerly awaited time at Bilk Gallery.

Opening

27th January 2017 at 6:00 pm
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