Enshrine, the latest meditative and multi-sensory installation by Tiffany Singh is influenced by the teachings of Anicca, or impermanence and the repeating cycle of life, death and rebirth. This is played out literally and metaphorically within the work with concepts and mediums recycled, refreshed and reformatted from past installations and exhibitions. Echoing the continuous rejuvenating state of nature, natural materials sourced and harvested locally from Corban Estate Arts Centre will be incorporated into the hanging offerings and regularly revitalise the domestic sized shrine works.
Image caption: Tiffany Singh, samsara temple (2013), detail. Courtesy of Melanie Roger Gallery
Photo credit Laura Forest.
Reappraisal: a pots and vessels show
Artists include: Bronwynne Cornish and Denys Watkins, Finn Ferrier, Peter Gibson-Smith, Nate Savill, Florence Weir, Lauren Winstone and the Wednesday Night Pottery Group.
Knitting, blacksmithing, paper construction and ceramics are some of the methods used to create this curious survey of pots and vase forms made by contemporary artists. In surprising ways the traditional form and function of this classical object are re-examined.
Image credit: Bronwynne Cornish Denys Watkins 'Liberty cap'
Saturday Gallery Club # 11: Cut-out Mandalas Date: Saturday 12 December between 10.30am – 12pm – 12pm
We will be making paper cut- out mandalas in response to Tiffany Singh’s geometric and multi-sensory mandala
Entry: Free, all art material provided. This is a drop in art activity, no bookings needed.
Saturday Gallery Club is a series of free and fun family art-making sessions happening in the gallery every SECOND Saturday of the month. Art activities are designed for children aged 4 and upwards and run for around 30 minutes. These sessions are family friendly and children need to be accompanied by an adult.