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Facebook has been a-buzz this week with postings and the like, lots of you might have missed this but don’t miss the gig on the night? It’s a show about Australian music. Jordie and David Kilby collect records and RareCollections is their way of sharing some of the interesting stories and music they dig up.
A direct link
The link to the entire recorded show
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Some readers will join the dots, my NAWCC Clock Chapter 104 held a watch and clock display at Pine Rivers a while back and we are now venturing out there again for the touring Tinsmith show in Feb 2012. Barbara’s artist talk is on the 10th at 6:00pm for 6:30pm. The hard cover catalogue is being printed in Hong Kong at the moment, will be interesting to see it as we have not been shown any proofs – the show is really out of our hands now. We have great faith in the touring body and Artisan and warmly invite all of you to venture a little north for the show. The Pine Rivers Heritage Museum is a great venue and holds the Roy Copper Clock Collection as well as a terrific static folk art and object show from the local catchment.
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The large .pdf of page 18 is here – we are well pleased with everyone’s efforts. Barbara’s work load meant that she didn’t manage to hob-knob with the visiting jewellers who met at the Gallery Artisan an hour before the opening although we all caught up with one another after the speeches . . . the catalogue, the show design, the intensity of the works and stories will keep audiences on their toes.
Katherine Large sent the ABC interview link – here
Ray Norman sent another ABC link today – here
This is the second money shell commission that Barbara has worked on for the curator and collector, head of Australian Art QAG/GOMA; Julie Ewington. This commission was to design and make fastenings that most suited these objects. Both from interesting sources with their histories intact, now they are secured for vitrine presentation and the odd ‘rumble in the disco jungle’ . . . the one above is fabricated in shakudo, the one below has a knotted necklace of matt onyx with oxidised silver fastenings © Bh – Jeweller to the Lost.