By Celeste Hawkins
According to Shelley Krycer the Contemporary Art Scene in Belgrave is thriving. After watching the momentum build in the Hills for some time; in the form of quality art shows, pop up shops and galleries-this is clearly the case!
The Tiffaney Bishop Collective and Limerence have had their part to play, with mentoring, supporting and showcasing artists in the local community. The End of The Line Festival, now in its second year- featured the works of even more talented artists and crafters, some new and some established. As one stall holder said, “Can it get any bigger than this?”.
It was a perfect day as Hills inhabitants and visitors from elsewhere cruised around the many venues and stalls.
Here is a feast for your eyes:
Work in Progress-Ben Lopez
Local artist -Sunloch
Up-cycled lovlies by “Whynot”
Natural dyed artist book by beautifulwasteland
The stall sign of talented illustrator Nadia Turner
Shelley Krycer and stall sharing with fellow artists:
The who’s who of local Belgrave Artist works all in one publication
Natural Dye Queen of the Hills- Jude Craig
Paste up outside the Tiffany bishop Collection- Amy Middleton
Lovely bits and pieces