The Montague Arts and Crafts Society held a ‘meet and mingle’ to encourage members to share their art and craft journeys at the Glasshouse Rocks Road Studios on Sunday .
Long-time member Natasha Kalenjuck spoke of her own creative journey, working in various media including painting, felting, puppet forms and paper shapes, and more.
Natasha has won several exhibition awards and has also been a finalist in the Basil Sellars Art Prize.
There was a lot of interest generated when Jilly Johnston opened our kiln to reveal the first lot of glazed-fired pottery – with new colours finally revealed! – produced by the Wednesday morning MACS group, the Clay Players.