Tuesday, February 7, 2012


Last week I attended the opening exhibition BERBAGI currently on display until 3rd March, 2012 at the University of the Sunshine Coast Gallery. The word Berbagi is Bahasa Indonesia, the official language of Bali meaning 'sharing'. The show curated by Di Tait Queensland papermaker and fibre artist is simply stunning and is a result of a series of papermaking and paper sculpture workshops that were held in Bali in 2011.

So very inspiring and well worth the visit if your in the area! A snippet of works on show, to share with you and my overseas bloggers...

Ngaire MacLeod

Lynne Fellowes

Glenda Henning
Jill de Hayr
Di Tait
Tricia Smout
Judy Barrass
Joolie Gibbs


  1. Great to see images of this exhibition, thanks Kim.

  2. Stunning stuff Kim... no wonder you loved it!!!

  3. Thanks for the heads-up Kim; I hope we can get to view it.

  4. K- thanks for sharing - looks like folk had a bit of creative fun in 2011. B

  5. Thank you for sharing the work of these very talented artists.
    If I am allowed to have a favorite, it would be Joolie Gibbs and Judy Barrass beautiful compositions.

  6. Thanks for posting those photos Kim....fabulous to see the beautiful works and the artists who created them as well.

  7. I enjoyed seeing this work. I wouldn't have without your post, so thank you!

  8. Hi R, J, F, B, M, C & L - thanks for commenting - beautiful works, overall exhibition and gallery space - to lovely not to share!


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