March 17th – 19th, 2017
Textures of One is an annual art exhibition which has been running since 2014. It is unique in the fact that all art and craft works have to include a motif which is different each year. We provide a platform for all artists / crafters and inclusive of novice / hobbyists to the more established professional artists to display their work in a professional environment and demonstrate to the wider community the value of aesthetic experiences.
T.o.O. was established by Cecily Walters, Kerryn Hughes, Loretta Kervin, and Toni Morrison. Cecily was working on a mosaic and curiously questioned how the same design would look in textile, sculpture, print, painting etc. After chatting to the girls, together they decided to create an exhibition by setting a motif which was to be used somewhere in every artwork entered into the exhibition.
It started as a fun thing to do that would be new to Blayney Shire, challenge arty /crafty people to think outside the square, to make them push the boundaries and create something unique. The name TEXTURES OF ONE seemed fitting as it represents the many textures/ mediums of the one motif.