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Carleen Devine – ‘Burning Embers’ Opens at Mu Gallery Mosman

March 21, 2016

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Carleen

Carleen Devine, Burning Embers Bowl, 2015, ceramic, 37 w x 11 h cm | Photo by Stephen Cummings

Carleen completed her Advanced Diploma of Ceramics at Northern Beaches TAFE in 2015

OPENING 2PM – 4PM  SATURDAY 2 APRIL 2016
1 APRIL – 30 APRIL 2016 (CLOSED 17-23 APRIL)

10AM TO 4PM  TUESDAY – SATURDAY

 

Join us for the opening of this exhibition which includes new work titled “And then the rain came” along with Carleen Devine’s stunning “Burning Embers” installation.
Bushfires are an increasing danger in the bushland around Sydney, with rising temperatures and the El Nino effect on climate. This sculpture evokes fire and burning embers.   A ceramic pot may be the only treasured remnant that remains after a home is lost to fire.

“Burning Embers” has an interior glaze which reflects the glow of embers in a bush fire. The exterior of the pots is coated with terra sigillata giving a smoky burnt look, and they sit amongst burnt ceramic branches. The glaze is loaded with red iron oxide and is held at very high temperatures for 5 hours to allow the iron to transform into crystals.

 

 

mu studio gallery
headland park artist precinct
8 read place (cnr best ave) mosman  nsw  2088
02  9960 1777
0411 473 072 (mulan gock, director)
studiomu.com.au

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2 Comments
  1. That’s a beautiful bowl.

    • Congratulations Carleen for pursuing and perfecting your objective, the vessel shown has a delightful form and the glaze is ‘wow’. All accolades are well deserved…Corrie x

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