Pot­tery groups’ work on dis­play

Isis Town and Country - - News -

THE Round Pots, Square Holes ex­hi­bi­tion kicked off last week at the Childers Art Space (CHARTS).

The ex­hi­bi­tion rep­re­sents the com­bined ef­forts of the Childers Fire­house Pot­ters and the Bund­aberg Pot­tery Group, who have been busy cre­at­ing the art­work through­out the year.

A range of dif­fer­ent fir­ing, glaz­ing and pot­tery tech­niques is be­ing show­cased as part of the ce­ramic ex­hi­bi­tion.

The items have been cre­ated by some of the re­gion’s most well-known lo­cal pot­ters.

An event spokes­woman said the of­fi­cial open­ing was out­stand­ing.

“The num­bers through the door on the evening to­talled 90, which ranks as one of the best ex­hi­bi­tion vis­i­tor num­bers we have seen at CHARTS in re­cent years,” she said.

“The stan­dard of art­work on dis­play is proof of the amaz­ing amount of talent and enthusiasm that is out there in the com­mu­nity.”

Guests were treated to ren­di­tions of favourite songs by the tal­ented ladies’ choir Rhythms of the Reef.

The ex­hi­bi­tion runs un­til July 20.

OPEN­ING: Ne­cia Ro­se­vear, Judy Honor and Cr Wayne Honor at the Childers Arts Space.

PHO­TOS: CON- TRIBUTED

For­mer CHARTS of­fi­cer Char­lie made the trip up from Nam­bour with vol­un­teer Louise Col­lier.

Kaye Van Ro­den, Ne­cia Ro­se­vear and Cr Judy Peters.

Ian and Cate from the Fire­house Pot­ters.

June Daniels with her work, The Vil­lage of Lights.

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