On the Nose - New Spectacles by Johannes Kuhnen
Special opening event on the 7 November at 5.30pm as part of Design Canberra at Eye Candy.
The new spectacle range by Johannes Kuhnen, exclusive to Eye Candy in Braddon, Canberra.
Johannes Kuhnen has been making spectacle frames since 1989, initially this was in part due to his own needs.
His work has now developed into wearable bespoke spectacles. As with previous titanium collections, the new designs continue the reduced language and innovation as well as being highly collectable.
This collection is exclusively available at Eye Candy in Braddon.
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Ring Masters - Cinnamon Lee, Sean O'Connell and Johannes Kuhnen
23 October to 24 November 2019
Marian Hosking - Gardens
31 July - 31August 2019
Bilk Gallery is once again thrilled be hosting an exciting new exhibition of work by one of Australia’s Living Treasures, Marian Hosking.
Wild, home and sea gardens are the source of the selected elements in the current work presented by Marian in Gardens.
Hosking says “Moving to the Mornington Peninsula just two years ago and travelling in North West Western Australia recently has informed my choice of imagery and materials”.
Bilk in 2020
Finishing the decade in Manuka!
Bilk has been proudly representing and supporting artists since 1999.
It has been a tremendous period, with countless memorable exhibitions, amazing artists and discerning clients. We have met and made life-long friends and are grateful to those who have supported us, but it is time for us to have a break.
Our current lease in Manuka is expiring at the end of February and we are using this opportunity at the start of the new decade to take some time to focus and concentrate on our own studio work.
Our last exhibition in Manuka will be opening next year in late January. It will be a solo exhibition by Carlier Makigawa.
Carlier had one of the first exhibitions at Bilk, twenty years ago, so it is wonderful to have our last show in Manuka with her!
The Big Dry
23 November - 24 December 2019
New work by Linda Hughes, Kath Inglis, Chris Bahng, Zoe Brand, Claire McArdle, Vicki Mason, Larah Nott, Thomas O'Hara, Helen Aitken-Kuhnen, Mio Kuhnen, Marian Hosking, Jane Reilly, Melissa Cameron, Sean O’Connell and many more.
In previous years Bilk has celebrated the end of year with White Christmas. This year we asked Artists to think of pressing issues which are affecting the wider community and Australia - the environment, water, biodiversity, wind and drought.