Our latest online artist interview and workshop with local artist Michelle Zuccolo has been a huge success with 500 views and very positive feedback from participants.
The workshop is for all levels and all you need are pencils, charcoal, eraser, paper and simple everyday objects to draw.
You can learn more about Michelle and take part in the workshop here.
Spotlight on the Collection
We continue to explore some of the interesting items from Bayside City Council’s Art and Heritage Collection.
This week we look at the large ceramic work Wayne Lynch pot 2015 by South Australian artist Gerry Wedd.
Adelaide artist Gerry Wedd is known for his blue and white hand-built ceramic vessels adorned with detailed vignettes and imbued with humour and witty commentary. Wedd originally studied jewellery making before he formally trained in ceramics, and from the 1980s until 2006 he worked for Australian beach culture label Mambo where he designed surfboards, clothing, ceramics and posters.
Find out more about Gerry Wedd and the work here.
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