Mary Margerson, 2017, "Tide Line", stoneware, 18h 23w cm

Photo Credit: Greg Piper

Mary Margerson | 2017 | stoneware 18h 23w cm

Mary Margerson | 2017 | stoneware 18h 23w cm Photo Credit: Greg Piper

LYNNE HAYLOCK & MARY MARGERESON

WATERS EDGE

2 December - 16 December 2017

10AM TO 4PM, TUESDAY TO SATURDAY

WATERS EDGE BY LYNNE HAYLOCK & MARY MARGERESON

Opening 3pm-5pm Saturday 2 December 2017

We are thrilled to have Trisha Dean, Ceramic Artist/Educator to officially launch the exhibition at 3pm, Saturday 2 December 2017.

LYNNE HAYLOCK

“I look at the form, visualise the gesture, take a breath and sweep the surface with blue slip.  I avoid fiddling with the result as it invariably affects the spontaneity and sharpness of the marks.  The resulting brush marks respond to the physicality of the vessel’s form, of picking up hidden throwing marks.”

MARY MARGERSON

The work aims to provide a reflection of the natural world, referencing the tranquility of the beaches on the east coast, the geographical evolution, land sculptured by erosion creating cave like mysterious quiet places, glistening rock pools, sand and shells, primarily the coastline where Mary’s inspiration originated.  Places visited since childhood, where Mary observed the season’s cycles, infinite colour contrasts and sensed the gentle pace of change.