Homage to Style Exhibition Opening 22nd September 2pm - 4pm.
An exhibition which explores the timeless elements of style, which transverse the decades, through a collection of dramatic fashion and portraiture photographs by Bronwyn Kidd, a selection of glamorous garments and accessories from the ‘The institute of Imperfection,’ multi-award-winning milliner Angie Jackman and jewellery produced by Sarah Fowler, embedded in fundamental techniques and timeless influences.
Bronwyn Kidd is an internationally renowned photographer currently working in Central Victoria to compile her archive. Bronwyn’s work is held at the ‘The National Portrait Gallery in London’ and the ‘National Gallery of Victoria’s 200 Years of Australian Fashion’ Exhibition.
Cate Green founder of the ‘The institute of imperfection’ operates a sewing and patternmaking school in Bendigo and brings to her classes years of dressmaking skills in a wide range of garments. In this show Artists; Meredith Cahill, Akhila Fernando and Little Grassbird have collaborated with ‘The institute of imperfection’ to create an example of classic cut garments and accessories.
Sarah Fowler’s jewellery is created entirely by hand, her passion for design and fine craftsmanship has given her a reputation for superb quality. Sarah uses traditional silver smithing-techniques to create jewellery that is boldly contemporary and embedded in fundamental techniques and timeless influences. All pieces are individual and unique with a focus on movement and balance which reflect their organic and historic influences.
Angie Jackman is a multi-award-winning milliner based in Central Victoria. She has more than a decade of industry experience. While passionate about traditional construction, her style is progressive and daring and her work, known for its drama.
Living Arts Space
|From 22 September to 30 November|
Entry by donation