The artworks of three leading central Victorian textile designers are celebrated in a new exhibition, Composing Pattern, which opens today at the Living Arts Space located in the Bendigo Visitor Centre.
Designers Lucy King, Natalie Ryan and Libby Noblet have come together to present an exploration of their pattern-making methods and skills to produce eye-catching results.
Acting Manager Tourism and Major Events Jemma Docherty said the exhibition provided insights on the various stages of design work required to create such wonderful and vibrant patterns.
“Each of the three designers have presented their original artwork for the exhibition to explain the different processes they have used to create patterns on everything from textiles and ceramics, through to paper, metal and plastic,” Ms Docherty said.
“The methods bring an explosion of motif, colour and pattern repetitions that have been successfully applied to many different mediums with great results.”
Visitors are invited to the Composing Pattern official exhibition opening at the Living Arts Space on Friday April 30 from 5pm to 7pm. It will be an opportunity to meet the designers and browse a range of products related to the exhibition theme.
Composing Pattern runs until Sunday July 11. The Living Arts Space is open seven days a week from 9am to 5pm.