Julie Paterson: Cloth: from Seeds to Bloom - Art Collector

Julie Paterson, Cloth: From Seeds to Bloom. Courtesy: the artist and Glasshouse Regional Gallery, Port Macquarie

Cloth: From Seeds to Bloom traces 20 Years of Julie Paterson's work. Drawing inspiration from the Australian bush, British born Paterson’s fabrics are a riot of colour, floral forms and patterns.

Artist Talk with Julie Paterson
02 June 2016, 5.30pm
Join artist Julie Paterson for a inspiring evening where she discusses her design practice and Cloth exhibition. Adult $15.

Fabric Printing Workshop
Julie Paterson
Saturday 04 June 2016, 10am - 3pm.
Join textile artist Julie Paterson and experiment with a variety of printmaking techniques to create contempory cloth. Spend a day with Julie Paterson focusing on the creative process, developing and printing your own original design directly onto fabric. Adult $80.

Fabric Printing Workshop
Julie Paterson
Sunday 05 June 2016, 10am - 3pm.
Join textile artist Julie Paterson and experiment with a variety of printmaking techniques to create contempory cloth. Spend a day with Julie Paterson focusing on the creative process, developing and printing your own original design directly onto fabric. Adult $80.


Exhibition opens: 6pm, Friday 13 May 2016
Exhibition closes: 10 July 2016
Location: Glasshouse Regional Gallery, 32-42 Clarence St, Port Macquarie NSW 2444
Contact: 02 6581 8888
Website: http://www.glasshouse.org.au

About Glasshouse Regional Gallery
The Glasshouse Regional Gallery presents around 20 to 25 diverse exhibitions each year featuring contemporary, indigenous, historical, traditional, design and sculptural artworks as well as a number of prominent social history exhibitions. Exhibitions are programmed approximately two to three years in advance and target three distinct focus areas:

* Glasshouse Regional Gallery Exhibitions featuring the Port Macquarie-Hastings Council Art Collection

* Community access exhibitions featuring local artists and cultural organisations; and

* Touring exhibitions presented in partnership with significant Australian arts and cultural organisations.

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