Off Centre's June display features spectacular colour effects in contemporary ceramics and glass. Cherie Nicholson's pit-fired ceramics reveal a spectrum of soft, natural hues, while Gay McKinnon's polished glass blocks and platters exploit both transparent, saturated colours and strong opaques. The exhibition continues until Sunday 1st July.
Rebecca Roth offers Tasmanian handmade resin jewellery, art and
contemporary design products.
Working exclusively with resin,
from her studio in Salamanca Arts Centre, Rebecca's pieces are
handcrafted with passion and care. Her designs reflect a raw beauty
inspired by the Tasmanian environment. She has commissioned pieces for
visitors from across the globe and continues to design exclusive,
one-off pieces for clients. As her range has grown, so too has the reach of Rebecca's jewellery, now distributed locally, nationally and internationally
Rebecca's jewellery will be available in
The Off Centre Micro gallery whilst her alcove shop is being renovated.
Throughout May, check Off Centre's large gallery window for new works by Yulia Szalay and Junita Stevens. Yulia's delicate, perforated and laminated works in Southern Ice porcelain contrast with Junita's' quirky, earthy and autumn-inspired ceramics. The exhibition continues until 30th May. Paintings and drawings by Patricia Turner-Smith can still be seen until 9th May.