Mosaic Exhibition March

Mosaic Exhibition

Currently exhibiting Mosaics by local artists

Cheryl Hann-Woodlock.
Ros Barwell
Leanne Holmes

Cheryl Hann-Woodlock

Cheryl studied FINE ART CERAMICS at Monash Caulfield and has been working and teaching clay and glass,
creating mosaics at her studio, Hann-Made Studio in Ocean Grove.
Cheryl enjoys using line and movement within her works and enjoys making her tiles
and unique forms from porcelain clay to create texture and dimension in her artworks.

The direction of her focus and design changes mirror the changes within her life and that of her surroundings …from black gum nuts,
reflections of days of lockdowns, to the mosaicking of hearts, purely decorative and celebrating all that is LOVELY and BEAUTIFUL.
Cheryl continues to travel overseas to learn and discover new ideas and techniques for her art practice,
bringing home influences that will continue to enlarge her creative pallet and spur her imagination.

Leanne Holmes

Leanne is an emerging mosaic artist who has lived on the surf coast for 15 years. An avid beachcomber and scuba diver she has developed diverse and quirky mosaic techniques to capture all forms of flora and fauna including the beauty of ocean seascapes and the wonder of its creatures.
She has exhibited at several exhibitions at the Hoop Gallery in Torquay and is Secretary of the Surf Coast Art Space Committee,
a unique volunteer-run not-for-profit organisation for creatives.
In 2023 Leanne joined a small mosaic study tour in Italy and learned about mosaic history at the ruins of Pompeii, explored several Roman ruins in Sicily, and participated in a hands-on workshop using Andamento skills – a technique from the ancient Byzantine era.

Ros Barwell

Ros Lives by the surf coast of Torquay where the pristine oceans and beaches remind her of the
fragility of nature and humanity’s impact on the world.
Her choice of materials in her artwork reflects her vision of the world; her pallet of materials often recycled objects from
local op shops, and found objects from her walks along the foreshore.

Ros has been working in the practice of mosaic for over 10 years and has studied with a variety of artists using different mediums. Her work is unique and eclectic where the ‘found’ object will dictate the composition, using mosaic as the method of piecing the work together into a cohesive and compelling story. EVERY object within her compositions has significance and is integral to the tale.

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