Peta Lloyd & Nanette Balchin
This exhibition comprises printmaking, stitching, material-making, up-cycling, assemblage, illustration, photography and bookmaking. The works are mostly small, intricate and delightful. With their work, Peta and Nanette tap into the Japanese aesthetic of wabi-sabi, which has the concepts of transience and impermanence as its core.
Queensland artists Peta Lloyd (left) and Nanette Balchin at their launch event in Port Fairy.