Exhibitions

IN PRAISE OF AUSTRALIAN WOMEN
Nine installations gently revealing and poignantly describing the lives of Australians.

MEN AT WORK
Using the ‘wagga’ rug, a series powerfully exploring the lives of Australian men of yesteryear.

SETBACKS – SHATTERED DREAMS
Strikingly captures the realities of Australian life at the mercy of climatic unpredictability.

APRONS
Sensitively addresses profound societal anomalies permeating the lives of all Australian women.

WASHING
An intimate installation providing an historical ‘time line’ of the dramatic changes in washing – and women’s escape from it.

WELL PRESERVED
Looks like the real thing but a second look confirms stunningly stitched fruit and veg! A truly uncanny feast for the eyes!

LINE OF BLOOD – Myall Creek Massacre 1838 – our shared history
A disturbing story of early contact with Aboriginal Australians.

RISE – COOKING UP CHARACTER
Brings together two universal themes – cakes and textiles.

THE ADORABLE MRS DENNIS
Talent triumphs. A Toowoomba fashion success story.