Darcy Wanuk's 'Green Scene' reconstructed work on the back left is dynamite, right? It's two sweaters combined and accented with handmade buttons. The Vintage Lime shirt on the right is actually two shirts and some of 'Grandma's closet lace'. The 'Fire From the Centre' occasional table in front is my contribution to this grouping, and Bart Bjorkman's (Puffin Design) Grain Scoop Lamp is on the bottom right.
You were no doubt wondering whether those dryer sheet curtains ever got finished. I'm amazed to tell you they did, and here's the proof. I'll do a post about them soon, but don't they look terrific with
Bart's Bistro Table (love that industrial base topped with the decorative concrete)? Alison created those 'Graffiti Bistro High Stools', and the 'Red Crab Trap Lamp' above is Bart's. My 'Muse on Fire' vase and 'Who Let the Genie Out?' mini bottle are currently behaving themselves on the table.
The 'Industrial Chic Coffee Table' by Alison and Bart is a favourite of mine, and the 'Coffee Lamp' next to it is a knockout. Alison just recently completed the 'Tub Chair' - the wrapped metal back on it is just amazing to see. On the coffee table are my 'Pick Up a Six Pack' coasters, 'Who Needs Gucci?' cocktail boot, and 'Midlife Crisis' book sculpture. On the wall behind the table is a coffee bag burlap hanging called Retired. I used a host of too-well-used teaching tools and leftover goodies to create this piece.
Please take the time to stop and see the Material Change show at Centre 64 in Kimberley. Details are on the poster, and we'd love to see you at the artist opening this Saturday, June 10 between 2-4 pm.