Suki & Hugh Gallery
38 Gibraltar Street Bungendore NSW
Until 5 December 2021
New works by Lucy Palmer – glass – and Debbey Watson – ceramics – explore physical spaces through surface texture and shape.
Debbey Watson has a background in graphic design and a passion for architecture and makes slab built geometric forms in clay. Using a limited palette of three clays, the aesthetic of Watson’s works is pared back. There are five key shapes used and it is the negative space between them that provides a second layer of geometry and symmetry.
Lucy Palmer works in kiln formed glass. In her wall mounted pieces, the artist is interested in the relationship between physical spaces and the mind.
The restrained colour scheme of the works is designed to draw the viewer closer to discover subtle colour gradients and texture. More than a purely physical representation of space, Palmer aims to create a space for reflection and invites the viewer to ‘get lost’ in a sensory experience.
Open Friday 10am-2pm; Saturday and Sunday 10am-4pm and by appointment. COVID safe conditions apply.