Unique, handmade artworks and a gallery offering a wonderland experience!
Artists Chelly and Peter Gray found a roll of rusty wire on their country property over two decades ago and started twisting it into works of art. Perhaps because of their ceramics training, their creations are functional as well as original, from candelabras and bowls to beds, mirrors, fire screens, sculptures and garden art.
Shades of Gray has had work on display from Daylesford’s Convent Gallery to the Guggenheim in New York, in galleries and shops around Australia as well as commissions from private homes, to restaurants, vineyards, cafes and corporate spaces.
The two artists have their own studio and gallery in Castlemaine and are open for visitors at select times only. Follow their instagram account for updates.
Gallery open 10-13 April for Easter and then each weekend until 17th May 2020. Each day from 31 Oct - 8 Nov and then each weekend until 20 Dec 2020.
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