A vessel or form meant for “containment” encircles space, inviting us to fill it or use it.  Invert the vessel and that available space is no longer offered. We are given freedom as artists to see the surface as a canvas for free expression of ideas using colour and line.

This exhibition evolved from another.  Earlier this year, Splinter artists created a large installation called Containment. They used these forms to create translucent paper cones which were suspended from the atrium ceiling of the Harris Scarfe store in Shepparton. This installation continues throughout the Shepparton Festival and beyond.

Splinter Contemporary Artists

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