Pottery groups’ work on display
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.
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.