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Wide range of artwork on view at ‘The Art of Craft'

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'The Art of Craft' is now on display at the Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard.

The exhibit includes a variety of works: jewellery, quilts, scarves, macramé, cedar candlesticks, tables, lanterns and a host of other items by crafts people such as Mary Tatem, Kathy Harriott, Ronnie Lopes, Clifton Anderson, Joyce Beal, Llewellyn Emery, David Beal, Taran Card and Ronnie Chameau.

The show runs through Saturday.

Admission is free. The gallery is open 11am to 4pm. For more information telephone 234-2809, e-mail artcentre[AT]ibl.bm, or visit www.artbermuda.bm.

Some of the artists exhibiting in The Art of Craft Show at Bermuda Art Centre at Dockyard. From left to right: Taran Card, Ronnie Lopes, Ronnie Chameau, Kathy Hariott, Mary Tatem and Clifton Anderson.
Taran Card's hammered flower
Ronnie Lopes' tricycle.
Ronnie Chameau's nativity scene.
Clifton Anderson's cedar table and chairs.
Taran Card's Botton Wood Tree and Flower
Kathy Harriott's shawl.

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Published March 23, 2011 at 2:00 am (Updated March 23, 2011 at 9:46 am)

Wide range of artwork on view at ‘The Art of Craft'

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