An Exhibition by the Ceramic Arts Association of Western by cxt59276

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									                          Earthworks
          An Exhibition by the Ceramic Arts Association of
                         Western Australia
           Mining Hall of Fame 15th September – November 2006

            More than 15 members of the Ceramic Arts Association of
            Western Australia have submitted works for the Earthworks
            exhibition and the collection is a varied and aesthetic delight.

            From functional pots to ornamental scenes and wall hangings,
            the Ceramic Arts Association of Western Australia has brought
            together a stunning collection of pieces for Earthworks.

            The Ceramic Arts Association of Western Australia is a group dedicated to
            promoting the production and appreciation of the ceramic medium and to raise
     the profile of the ceramic arts. Gathering together with other such passionate
     practitioners can’t help but facilitate a creative and enthusiastic
     atmosphere that has helped generate remarkable artworks. The
     CAAWA encourages ideas, information and communication
     between ceramicists in regional areas and national and
     international ceramic associations.

                     The CAAWA has used the Kalgoorlie Goldfields
                     mining landscape for inspiration in creating pieces
                     for this exhibition at the Mining Hall of Fame.
                     The art of ceramics has strong ties with the minerals industry through the
                     creation of glazes and clays; it is from the earth that these pieces have
                     ultimately been created.

                     The Earthworks exhibition will be officially opened
                     by CAAWA President Stewart Scambler on Friday
                     the 15th of September at 7.00pm.
                     Please join us for a special preview of what promises
                     to be a popular exhibition.

     The exhibition runs until November and is open 9.00 am to 4.30 pm daily



Artworks from top: Gill Treichel, Frances Dennis, Murray Brown, Britta Stolle Jacob and Sandra Black

								
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