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Help get Manohar Lal and Ganga Sahai

to Australia next April.

Crosshatched is selling wondrous objects to cover the travelling costs of our 2 visiting Rajasthani potters. Many of you will have met Manor Ji on his previous visits this will be Ganga Sahai first trip to Australia.

We have matka (water pots) available now made when Manori Ji was here in 2017.

They are $65 each, lids are also available for $5

Delivery to be discussed: I am happy to deliver before Christmas within the north side of Melbourne and my local area. Otherwise they can be collected from Elwood or Castlemaine at no cost.

Also available

For pre purchasing now to collect late April 2019

Create your own Stacked sculpture.

The elements,(based on the matka form but stackable) will be created in terracotta and woodfired to 1100 degrees c when the potters are here next April.

There are a few options.

A half day family workshop $550 either Tallarook or Castlemaine this includes

  • 2 small 2 medium and 1 large element,

  • painting assistance

  • making little pots to keep assisted by one of the potters on their traditional wheels.

Purchase individual Stack elements

there will be 3 sizes small medium large

terracotta with woodfiring markings $75 $90 $110

decorated either by you ( includes workshop assistance)

or the Crosshatched team. $100 $120 $140

or combinations of the above.

Painting workshops available either in Tallarook or Castlemaine dates in late April to be negotiated.

For more information and purchasing details

please email sandra@sandrabowkett.com

or call 0414015460.

You may also be interested in some of the activities Crosshatched will be doing when Manor Ji and Ganga Sahai are here.


Confirmed workshop are 6th 7th April ArtPlay more details to come

and in Hobart

13th and 14th April Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery as part of the

Children’s Earth Time Festival more details to come

15th and 16th of April Moonah Arts Centre school holiday programme.

Evening of the 15th and 16th of April at Moonah Arts Centre

An evening with Crosshatched more details to come

thanks

Sandra Bowkett