More about art

March 19, 2013 at 8:18 am Leave a comment

On Saturday evening Mr A and I went to another art opening – works by Sydney-based artist Nadia Hernandez at A.CH Gallery at West End. Located in the entrance hallway to an architect studio, the gallery is a hop, step and a jump from the main intersection of Boundary and Vulture Streets at 75 Vulture Street.

The show, entitled Traditional Sources, includes a collection of delightful paper mache and felt creations informed by Venezuelan folklore, and some lovely felt berets as well. Well worth a look, but be quick as it closes this weekend.

Nadia Hernandez art
Image courtesy of Nadia Hernandez.

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