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Mu Ceramics Studio Gallery Presents ‘Progression’-KYLIE ROSE MCLEAN

July 31, 2014

Kylie rose at MU

Mulan Gock invites you to join us for drinks with the artist, Saturday 2 August, 2 – 4pm.

We are thrilled to have Trisha Dean, Acting Head Teacher of Visual Arts & Ceramics, Hornsby TAFE, officially launch the exhibition.
Progression showcases past and recent work inspired by the Central Coast and Sydney Harbour coastlines.
Kylie Rose McLean’s current focus is hand building, using a range of surface treatments and firing techniques. Landscape is a constant influence in her art practice.
Kylie Rose’s mound-shaped forms prove a perfect canvas for experimentation. The “Fat Quarters x 8” pieces show graphic interpretations of the rocks, water and foliage along the Koolewong foreshore on Brisbane Water, while the painterly treatment of her new work “Mapping Place” describes Clarkes Point Reserve on Sydney Harbour.
Her curiosity is also captured by the chance outcomes from random chemical reactions at low temperatures in raku, pit and paper box firings. “Anticipating the results, then uncovering the fired pieces from ash is exhilarating and requires much patience. It’s so tempting to uncover the pieces before they are cool enough.”
Open: 10am – 5pm, Tuesday to Saturday and 10am to 3pm, Sunday 17 August

mu ceramics studio gallery the gardener’s cottage headland park artist precinct (cnr best ave & middle head rd, veer left to enter carpark opposite frenchys cafe) 8/1100a middle head rd mosman nsw 2088
contact studio (02) 9960 1777 mulan@studiomu.com.au studiomu.com.au

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