|I wish my back door looked this cool ....|
|Gorgeous graphic ...|
|Changing the lp for our listening pleasure.|
|Maybe the best ever hot chocolate - chocolate direct from Columbia of course|
425g (15oz) bread flour
375g (14oz) water
1 teaspoon find grained salt
1/4 teaspoon dried yeast
Cook My Way was born out of a love for preparing food and eating it.
CookMyWay's philosophy is that you don't need to be a celebrity chef to make love in the kitchen, we believe that cooking, gardening and brewing should be celebrated and practiced in modern lives
|This is a piece of Ali's work that came out of a workshop dealing with the use of layering wax on paper and mixing with other mediums if required. Ali has used maps in this piece. Available for sale at the gallery of course.|
Delicate linen vessels - perfect for holding light and space
Choices of things all hand made, gathered, shared and sourced with inspiration, beauty and thought in mind. Perfect gift giving area. Maybe a gift for you, maybe for someone else .... we all need a little parcel once in a while. A very well chosen book collection sits behind and beside the 'objects'. These are books choosen to complement an eccelectic love of what artictic expression is and can be.
Type a quick zine. If you can't do that buy one of the many on offer here. We LOVE the modern Zine. Expression on paper from all angles.
Current exhibition is by Malcolm Peel ... extraordinary work. To much to say about in in this blog but ....he says "It's about people and place, about my sense of reality, about the realities of others, in time and place, about the nature of the universe we find ourselves living in. The place we occupy in this vast universe astounds and terrifies me. By the light of day I see the familiar. By night I see the vastness and the violence of the rest of time and space. I see our future."
|A view from the space....|
Alistair Whyte's ceramics always have a spot here at the gallery. Moulded into the likeness of takeaway paper cups all a little bit 'out of shape'. Just as a paper cup is in our hand. From Alistair "My skills come from years spent studying and working in Japan learning fine porcelain techniques, though I make a diverse range of ceramics in porcelain, stoneware, earthenware, raku and by pit firing"
3 Stories - Artspace
505 Maroondah Highway
|Enter the dressing rooms and try not to forget why you're there with so much to look at|
|Handwritten dressing room etiquette. |
They must know how good they are. They even supply sweets so you have enough energy to keep going. Could easily miss a meal you spent so much time here!
|Bits and buttons|
|Beautiful old lace in front of great retro wallpaper|
|Original old woven ribbon ...LOVE!|
|Bag for the races ladies?|
'The Red Parasol'
New - Recycled - Designer - Retro
Quality clothing and extras
163 Main St, Croydon VIC 3136
03 9724 9744
|Or any number of hats.|