I've wanted to venture to the Powerhouse Museum for a while and on Friday I finally got the chance. My impromptu visit was one of those rare win win outings where the kids received as much enjoyment as I did.
For my three little people, the Wiggles exhibition was fabulous, but for me, discovering the 'Love Lace' exhibition completely refuled my love & appreciation of art. It was a serendipitous delight having only hung one pair of my newly sewn lace curtains two nights prior.
It was an incredible exhibition and curated perfectly to capture the mystique & subtle concealment of lace. An attribute I am completely enjoying with my new curtains.
Here are a few of my favourites from the exhibition;
|Tablecloth by Mary Hackett of RMIT University Melbourne Australia|
|Tree by Waltraud Janzen of Kempten Germany|
|Third Space II by Andrea Eimke of Teenui Cook Islands|
|Lace Fence by Joep Verhoeven ofnRotterdam Netherlanda|
|Heirloom by Shona Wilson of NSW Australia|
I'll try and take some photos of my new curtains to post soon.
I hope you are all relaxing and enjoying a lovely Easter break.