EFTAG artists participate in ReVive workshops, Batemans Bay

EFTAG artists Sue Barford and Julie Brennan participated in the recent ReVive workshops hosted by Eurobodalla Shire Council, at the Surf Beach Waste transfer facility, Batemans Bay. The workshops were run over two days – 28-29 October. Participants could scavenge, hunt, dismantle, glue, staple and drill anything they liked the look of. With a table of tools, and acres of materials to choose from, the results were beautiful. Here are just a couple of examples from EFTAG members, Julie and Sue.

Sculpture from weathered umbrella

 

Necklace from wiring loom and rubber insulation
Necklace from segments of car aerial, nuts, bolts, washers

 

 

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