Rachael Ashe’s cut works from paper are often met with amazment – How is it possible that something so repetitive and precise is created by hand? In her latest blog entry for the CCBC Rachael reflects on this common perception of her work and the role technology plays in her practice.
Tea In the Wood consists of 6 Sculptural tea pots, and one large birch sculpture. These fantastical forms engage the viewer, drawing connections to nature, craft, and their significance to our daily lives.
In advance of her upcoming CCBC gallery show, we asked artist Rachael Ashe to share with us a with us a bit about herself, her inspiration, her audience and her other projects.
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CCBC member and participating artist Barbara Heller takes a minute to review the latest installment of Tapestry Touring International.
an institutional effort to have more conversations about contemporary craft
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Jane Freear-Wyld creator and organizer of Tapestry International shares with us how the non-profit organization came to be. In advance of Interface, the latest touring tapestry exhibiton, Jane alludes to the collective labour that goes into making an international exhibiton happen.
installation by bridget catchpole, july 21 – september 7, 2019
jewellery series installation by clarissa long, october 8 – november 30, 2019
installation by melanie thompson & judith barnett | march 25 – april 29, 2019