The latest Alex Asch exhibition opened at Beaver Galleries on Thursday night. I decided not to go to the opening (apart from all the people that would be there, I was concerned that I might have a glass or two of bubbles then accidentally buy something...).
Instead I popped in this morning: first for breakfast at The Palette Cafe, them for a mooch around the exhibition (where, in true Canberra style, I bumped into my tutor from my CIT design course!)
Good thing I don't have tons of money (or, indeed, space), as I lusted after almost everything in the exhibition.But most particularly this piece,
with its miniature gallery containing a Rosalie Gascoigne homage inside (the concept of one of my favourite Canberra artists referencing another of my favourite Canberra artists, in miniature, delights me greatly).
And this piece, which takes up much less room and would fit in with my decor perfectly...But, with my wallet tucked safely in my bag, I finally left and came home to create my own bit of distressing, at a much more affordable price: