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Wearable Cities @ Gallery Funaki

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July 31, 2012
11:00 amto5:00 pm
11:00 amto5:00 pm

Creative types find inspiration in all sorts of interesting places. For jewellery designer Blanche Tilden, it is the role of glass in architecture that inspires her wears. The exhibition titled Wearable Cities, held at Gallery Funaki, consists of beautiful necklaces crafted from glass, with Tilden design’s made to transform to the persona of the wearer. A seasoned Melbourne based designer Tilden has been showing work both nationally and internationally since 1990.  So for lovers of jewellery, or glass or simply just art, this exhibition is sure to be a hit.

WHEN: Tuesday July 31 – Saturday August 25
WHERE: Gallery Funaki, 4 Crossley Street, Melbourne
WEB: galleryfunaki.com.au/gf/artists/Blanche-Tilden


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