Ernabella Ceramics, Alison Milyika Carroll - Ngayuku Walka V, 2017, stoneware with sgraffito, H 34.5 x D 21.5cm
Clay Stories is a significant survey exhibition of contemporary artworks in ceramics that have been created by both highly established and emerging Indigenous artists in remote parts of regional Australia. The exhibition presents pieces that are both sculptural and vessel-based, with each body of work representative of the artist’s connection to country and as a strong medium for story telling.
Sabbia Gallery have worked closely with the Ernabella Arts studio since 2011 and have held a number of highly successful and comprehensive exhibitions with many of their finest ceramic artists in that time. We are now pleased to be presenting this exhibition which will further demonstrate the innovative artwork being made in ceramics by the diverse group of artists from across Australia; Ernabella Arts in the APY Lands, Erub Arts in the Torres Strait, Girringun Aboriginal Art Centre in Far North Queensland, Hermannsburg Potters in the Central Desert and Tiwi Design on Bathurst Island.
Ernabella; ALISON MILYIKA CARROLL, RUPERT JACK, LYNETTE LEWIS and DEREK JUNGARRAYI THOMPSON
Erub; JIMMY THAIDAY and ELLAROSE SAVAGE
Girringun; NEPHI DENHAM, EMILY MURRAY, JOHN MURRAY and SALLY MURRAY
Hermannsburg; JUDITH INKAMALA, RONA RUBUNTJA and RAHEL UNGWANAKA
Tiwi Islands; JOCK PUAUTJIMI
If you would like to receive a fully illustrated pdf digital catalogue of all the artworks in the exhibition please contact the gallery on +61293616448 or email@example.com
The exhibition will tour in October 2017. For more details please visit www.claystories.com.au