Glass Half Full

It's a cracking show, really.

The light and space is gorgeous; the whole precinct is lovely, actually.

It's very Kalamunda and the Hills.

Absolutely wonderful to see Glass+, a group exhibition with lots of variety including a much-deserved acknowledgement of Alasdair and Rish Gordon, Western Australia’s Elder Glassies.

So much is right, and bright.

The gallery is testimony to the Shire of Kalamunda 'putting their money where their mouth is’ and building a stylish gallery, café, gift shop and library with real input from the community.

And then, there’s beaut exhibitions embracing emerging, mid-career and established artists.

The whole thing ticks so many boxes.

Inclusive curation, great installation, easy to understand didactic panels, accessibility to the commercial centre of town.

You don’t hear it much, but there’s lots and lots to be said for local government support.

It’s been a huge godparent to the arts.

I say ‘YAY’!

Anne Sorensen Crossroads Kiln Formed Glass Carved Surface 120cm x 40cm Photographer: Barry Sorensen

Anne Sorensen
Crossroads
Kiln Formed Glass
Carved Surface
120cm x 40cm
Photographer: Barry Sorensen