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Craft Gallery

A RAS Online Art Project

The RAS Online Art Projects aim to encourage  inspiration and creativity in our members, as they pursue their various art, photography and craft interests, as well as provide an opportunity to bring our members together as a community. All RAS members are welcome to participate.

Links to other RAS Online Art Projects:  Sketch-A-Day Galleries Portrait Gallery

‘Craft Gallery’ Guidelines

Members are invited to participate at any time – for the first time; or if returning, to add to the content of one or more of your existing craft projects, or to make a new submission about your craft activities

1. Craft members are invited to participate in the Craft Gallery in ways that are meaningful to you, for example, you can submit:

  • Completed Craft Work – submit one or more photographs of your completed craft work – and include some text explanation re the title of the craft work (if it has one), a description about the craft work, the method involved, why you enjoy working in this modality, or information about this specific craft field. Members can submit one or more projects.
  • A Craft Work In Progress – submit one or more photographs of your craft work in progress; a project you are currently working on, but haven’t completed yet – and include some text explanation re the title of the craft work (if it has one), a description about the craft work, the method involved, why you enjoy working in this modality, or information about this specific craft field. Members can submit one or more projects.
  • Information About Craft Work Methods – submit one or more photographs about a specific method of craft work  – and include some text explanation re the specific method, why you enjoy working in this modality, some general information about this specific craft field, or some ‘Hints and Tips’ for working in this field. Members can submit one or more projects.
  • A ‘How To’ Beginner’s Project – submit one or more photographs about a specific method of craft work in order to guide a beginner through a specific beginner’s project – and include some text explanation re the specific beginner’s project, such as a ‘How To’, A-Z steps in order to undertake the project. Members can submit one or more projects.

Display your craft work on the RAS website Craft Gallery: Members are asked to submit their photographs and text of their work by email to the RAS Website Coordinator via the RAS gmail address randwickartsocietyinc@gmail.com Your craft work submission will then be uploaded to the RAS website Craft Gallery. All photographs attached to the email should be in ‘jpeg’ format.

Original Craft Work – Please note all work submitted for inclusion in the RAS Online Craft Gallery is required to be the original work of the artist/RAS member. ​

‘Craft Gallery’

Click on the artist’s name in the list below to view the artists’ profile on the RAS website Members’ Gallery

Participating Artists: Mary Guest Maria KapodistriasPatricia Reid

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Patricia Reid – A Hand-Crafted Girl’s Apron

“I have recently completed three of these girl’s aprons.   I have sewn a lot of aprons over the years and have always added a pocket. However, with this one, as there was no extra matching printed material, I omitted a pocket because I thought it would detract from the shape of the cat.” Patricia.

 

 

 

 

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Maria Kapodistrias – A Hand-Knitted Dog

“I started making soft toys for my granddaughter, as I just love to see the expression on her face every time I bring her something new.This is a sample of the “sausage” as she calls it.” Maria.

 

 


Maria Kapodistrias – A Hand-Knitted Girl’s Jumper

“Another acrylic jumper made for my granddaughter to keep her warm this winter .It is made with simple stitching and 3 colours. I have also sewn on some animal pictures which she loves.” Maria.

 

 

 

 

 

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Mary Guest – A Crocheted Jumper

“This crocheted jumper was a special request from my daughter. She wanted granny squares on a black background and chose a host of colours for its completion. My goal was for each square to be unique but for the whole garment to look balanced. We were both pleased with the result.” Mary.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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