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The Stanthorpe Pottery Gallery Club will celebrate the region’s rich potting history with a double exhibition to be held at the gallery, Eduardo Verri Park, at 47 Wallangarra Road, Stanthorpe, from 6.30pm on Friday 17 November.
Three of the original Stanthorpe gallery ceramic artists Yve Gray, Lindsay Hamilton and Sue Whitton – now a Warwick local – will showcase their latest works, in celebration of their 30-year association with the club and their life-long artistic journey.
The varied works will include explorations in raku, water etching on porcelain and intricate line drawings transferred onto stoneware.
The second element of the exhibition is by pottery club members who were tutored by Glen Innes ceramic artist Max Powell, and features large pots and platters created at workshop held in August.
Max Powell’s work is well known for his landscape inspired designs and use of large forms.
‘Slip, Slop, Slab’ was funded by the Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF), as a partnership between the Queensland Government and Southern Downs Regional Council, to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland.
Items will be available for purchase during the exhibition which runs from Saturday 18 November to Sunday 26 November, open daily from 10am to 3pm.
For further information contact Janet White on 0400 703 118 or via email janwhite@minffordd.com.au

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