Sally Blake, Reddening, 2015, wire, paper, yarn, ink, 130 x 130 cm. Photo: courtesy of the artist.
Sally Blake, Reddening, 2015, wire, paper, yarn, ink, 130 x 130 cm. Photo: courtesy of the artist.

Entangled Mysteries
Opening event

Entangled Mysteries is a new body of three-dimensional textile works by Sally Blake. The works reference author Craig San Roque’s stories about the Kore Story/Pesephone’s Dog, alongside the ancient Greek myth of Demeter and her daughter Persephone. These myths are a personification of the cyclic patterns of decay and renewal; and seasonal changes and patterns which have a particular contemporary relevance as we live through the effects of human-induced climate change. Using traditional craft practices – looped, woven and crocheted textile techniques – the artist seeks to engage with these contemporary issues that face the 21st Century.

Gallery hours | Wednesday – Sunday 12 – 5pm

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