A few more images of exhibiting artists studios for Artisans in the Gardens 2014.
Peter Anderson’s hand built stoneware ceramic, ‘Ruins and Relics’, “draw upon the power and complexity of all manifestations of landscape from scars of heavy industry and urban decay to notions of wilderness”
Giselle Courtney’s studio where she creates her jewellery using flame worked borosilicate glass lustre, stainless steel and sterling silver. Her jewellery is inspired by the Botanical Gardens, the garden’s flora, and the surrounding harbour foreshore.
Linda Davy’s studio, creating hand built ceramic sculptures with raku and stoneware firings. The works exhibited for Artisans in the Gardens, ‘Empty Pockets’ explores concerns about the environment, both societal and personal connections, focusing on rare and endangered birds as well as imaginary birds based on the Australian landscape.