The Robertson CTC becomes home to pots, hats and paintings

‘A new and exciting exhibition with a difference’ will head to the Robertson Community and Technology Centre (CTC).

The exhibition, three in 1 (pots, hats and paintings), will combine the creativity and expertise of three talented family members who live and work together in quite different dimensions at their Robertson studio.

Neil Boughton, a well-established ceramic artist, specialises in raku firing and experimental glazes.

He produced work of exquisite balance and texture, and is also a talented painter.

His sister, Diana Kirkpatrick, is a bespoke milliner who will exhibit hats of innovation and quality.

Neils’s son and emerging artist, James Boughton, works in brilliant colour with vivid imagination.

The work of these three artists is a collaboration for a most unusual exhibition which will demonstrate the influences and nuances of a family connection and a shared working space.

All are welcome at the opening night at 5.30pm on Friday, May 25.

The exhibition will continue for a month until Sunday, June 17.

The exhibition will be open to the public from 10am to 4pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday and from 10am to 2pm on Sundays.

The Roberston CTC is located at 58 to 60 Hoddle Street, Robertson.