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T'Arts News - January 2015
 

The T'Arts Sale table is back again until Saturday 10 January.
 
T'Arts only has one sale a year, and it’s only for a short time, so if you want a bargain, get into Gays Arcade and come and see us, quick!!
 


January Window 1 Display – December 29 to January 31

Artist - Anna Small – A Small Art Factory
Theme - “Art for your pleasure inspired by the biosphere that is the pulsing heart of my garden”

  • Metal sculpture  
  • Hand cut jewellery
  • Exploring the relationships of flowers and bugs.
  • Made with love grunt & sweat in Anna's shed - "A Small Art Factory"


 

January Window 2 Display – December 29 to January 31

Artist - Margaret Marsh
Theme - Beadazzled

Margaret Marsh presents her collection of bags and jewellery from simply whimsical to elegantly complex and beads take centre stage.

Join in the bead guessing competition during this exhibition for your chance to win a bag of your choice (valued at up to $120 retail) from Margaret’s current collection.
 



What else can you expect to see at Tarts in January?

Marion Dawson – Felt maker. More stunning pieces from Marion.



Jenny Knight - “Spangles range”



You won’t get to see this little dancing queen as she’s on her way to becoming a brooch for a lucky customer. But it’s another example of the lovely work by Jenny Knight.



Ness S City
Has a new range of Greeting cards using Embroidery, Paper, Embossing, Paint and Stamps. All designs are original and are $8.50 each

     

Sometimes all you need is a gift tag – after the success of the hand drawn Xmas Gift Tag range, Ness has made a range of gift tags for other occasions. $2.50 each or a set of 6 for $15.00. The designs are original and the tags have been hand cut and hand drawn with a dab of paint in the hearts.

    

Lovely LoLa Purses. Ness has been having a lovely time hand painting and drawing on silk, canvas and denim fabric also. Lola sells for $25.00 each

     

David Innocente
David has recently begun to use acrylic in his jewellery and on the handles of his boxes. He buys the acrylic in blocks that are already set, he then cuts out the shape he wants and finishes the design from that shape. The last thing he needs to do is polish the finished piece.

     
 

What’s been happening in the T'Arts Gallery?

New display and storage drawers – We’re always striving to display our artists work in the best possible way and also ensuring that the Gallery show rooms maintain a high standard. With that in mind our Shop Display Committee has recently had new white drawers made and these were recently installed and they sit under the glass cubes that hold mainly the jeweller's work. We now have lots more storage space and the show rooms of the gallery look a lot more open and modern.

    
 

Artists hard at work

Many of our Artists attend markets in and around Adelaide and some even venture interstate.

You may have seen:
  • Julie Frahm (AussieJules) at Flinders Street Market Christmas Grand Bazaar
  • Jane Burbidge (Ceramics by Just Jane) at Bowerbird Bazaar, Murray Bridge Artist Market and the Wheatsheaf Ceramic & Glass Sale
  • Ivana Di Stasio at Flinders Street Market and Bowerbird Bazaar
  • Suzette Watkins at Floriade Festival Canberra


Calendar of upcoming events

5 December 2014 to 8 February 2015

"Of the Heart"
Janet Ayliffe & Llewelyn Ash
Hahndorf Academy
68 Main Street, Hahndorf

The retrospective collection of etchings and new works by Janet Ayliffe explore home and hearth and some a bit further out the door; into the garden, across the fields and over to Our Beach.

The newly developed art pieces and glass designs by Llewelyn Ash showcase the last three years of his emerging career and recent glassblowing training and are inspired by his lifestyle as an avid surfer.  


 

February Window Displays

Artists participating - Sandra Tredwell and Liz Wauchope



March Window Displays

Artists participating – Suzette Watkins/Hayley Coates (Guest) & Jane Burbidge.


 

March Events

Suzette Watkins will be at the Lucindale Field Days March 20 – 21

Barbara Palmer and Robyn Zerna-Russell are in an exhibition at The Regional Gallery in Tanunda in the Barossa, and runs from 3 March to 20th April.  "Journey in Human Landscape"


 

May/June Events

Janet Ayliff has been asked to be the guest artist at a dawn bird watching event on Kangaroo Island. She has been asked to draw birds as they wake up!!  That is in early May. Contact Janet in the New Year for dates. janet@janetayliff.com.au




 

Our Artist's Own Galleries

David Innocente - Galleria Innocente – Level 1, Rundle Place, Tues – Sat 11am – 5pm

Galleria Innocente, is an exciting new Pop-Up Gallery, situated in the new Rundle Place Mall in the centre of Rundle Mall. The gallery is on the first floor, opposite the main entrance to Harris Scarfe.
 
This large, light, open space is a wonderfully unique gallery with a focus on gifts for men. David Innocente, the Artist in residence, creates stunningly original crafted boxes using powder coated metal, Huon pine and other special timbers. He also creates wall art using meticulously hand placed velour to create maps of famous cities.  Individual timber and resin jewellery is another specialty that David creates for both men and women and has to be seen to understand how wonderful wood can look and feel as jewellery.



Ivana Di Stasio – Purple Cockatoo Gallery - 316 Magill Road, Kensington Park

T’Arts Collective, 10G Gays Arcade, Adelaide Arcade, Rundle Mall, Adelaide SA 5000

Open 10am - 5pm Mon - Sat

Phone: (08) 8232 0265 
www.tartscollective.com

https://www.facebook.com/Tarts.Collective
 

This central city gallery is in Gays Arcade, Adelaide City, within the beautifully refurbished, 100 year old Adelaide Arcade, which runs between Rundle Mall and Grenfell Street. Turn left into Gays Arcade if you are coming from the Rundle Street end of the main arcade.

 
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