In SAM’s Showcase #7, Vipoo Srivilasa transforms Sheppartonian refuse into works of art
Patience Flower XXIII, 2014, was Purchased by The Crafts Council, London.
More love hours brings together selected works by thirteen contemporary Australian artists who use craft media, techniques or processes in their practice.
Art Monthly current issue featuring many interesting ceramic stories including Clay for Nepal project and a round table discussion on traditional and contemporary ceramic. Panel members are Grace Cochrane, Kirsten Coelho, Gerry Wedd, Emily Hunt and Vipoo Srivilasa.
A unique exhibition showcase a large and diverse collection of artworks and artefacts by artists that represented by Scott Livesey Galleries and from private collectors.
C H O I C E is an exciting collaboration between Beaver Galleries and highly regarded Thai born ceramicist, Vipoo Srivilasa.
OBJECT: SPOON is an international showcase of creative spoons by 45 artists from 14 countries.
Ned Kelly remains a highly mythologised character in Australian history. Some say he was a murderous villain and outlaw, while others proclaim him a misunderstood folk hero – an Australian Robin Hood.
Nine Victorian makers leading the way across traditional, experimental and contemporary crafts showcase diverse ways of making and thinking within the craft landscape.
Works that has been recently acquired by public institutions.
Two of a Kind features contemporary works from the Darebin Art Collection alongside a new work by each of the artists, this exhibition will give you an insight into how an artists work changes over time.
A preview movie of my new show Happy Land at Scott Livesey Galleries