Exhibiting artists left to right: Kim Peel, Rachael May, Misha Dare and M-J Treloar
'As adults we often disregard the rewards of looking at life thought the eyes of a child. Simply allowing the excitement of the experience to engulf us can be inspirational and invigorating.' M.J.
As with any childhood experience it becomes more exciting when shared; M.J. is joined by other emerging artists offering supportive collections for this event.
A beautiful and quirky collection of wearable objects comprising both precious and non-precious contemporary pieces. Along with the traditional metals of gold and silver, wood and resin pieces will also be exhibited. A perfect opportunity to obtain unique wearable objects.
Fingers in jars ring display by exhibiting artists
The pieces were set within the scene of a child’s bedroom to fit into the Craft Cubed theme, childhood. Displays were interesting and interactive, jars with wax fingers that supported rings, treasure chest, paint sets, a bookshelf full of toys and a sandpit which offered up treasures of its own in form of a lucky dip.
L-R: Musical Notes earrings and necklace by MJ Treloar, 3 Up necklace and Rock N Roll ring by Misha Dare
Special guest Margaret Givan