The latest Carlton Gallery exhibition features Lisa M Passmore using Harakeke/Native NZ Flax as a medium to explore and develop traditional and contemporary techniques of Maori weaving, raranga and whatu, with a focus on more sculptural forms of known vessels. She has recently started incorporating other global traditional techniques of weaving into her pieces, namely in the ‘cross-culturalism’ series of kete and baskets.
Exhibition open until 2pm 14th March. Visit the Carlton Gallery at The Arts Junction, 36 Main Rd. Open Mon-Fri 9am-4pm, Sat-Sun 10am-2pm.