Marcia Swaby, Brooch pins, 2020. Photo courtesy of the artist

Hand Over by Windowsmiths

Join Fiona Meller, Marcia Swaby, Helen Wyatt and Stephen Burstow in their micro trail between F Tanner Baker Micro-Galleries on Evans Street, Balmain and the Windowsmiths installation on Darling Street, Balmain.

Windowsmiths is a collaboration of jewellery and visual artists who create installations responding to contemporary society. In this exhibition, their works combine to visualise the working hand during these times of uncertainty and change. The trail between the two gallery spaces leads from one set of works to another. Both deal with ideas about isolation and the role of the hand in this time of change while offering the opportunity for visitors to become acquainted with the peninsular community.

Addresses: F Tanner Baker Micro Gallery at 60 Evans Street, Rozelle and Windowsmiths at 311 Darling St, Balmain.

Details: Exhibition: Friday 9 October – Sunday 18 October; Craft Up Late: Thursday 15 October, 5 – 8pm

Exhibition, Craft Up Late

Change Makers, Community, Free event, Jewellery

Images: Fiona Meller, Fly, 2019; Marcia Swaby, Brooch pins, 2020. Photos courtesy of the artists