OBERON’S Harrie Fasher will be one of the Australian creative heavyweights who will come together in the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney in October for the 2017 Artisans in the Gardens exhibition, a nine-day celebration of the natural world.
This year’s event will showcase a diverse collection of more than 2000 pieces representing 44 artists working across the mediums of sculpture, ceramics, glass, photography, jewellery and textiles.
Ms Fasher is among only 44 artisans from across Australia who have been selected to participate.
Her deep knowledge of horses is reflected in her sculptures, which embody tension and movement.
The exhibition will run from October 14-22 at the historic Lion Gate Lodge (off Mrs Macquaries Road, in the Royal Botanic Garden) and is suitable for all members of the family. Entry is free of charge.
All the works will be for sale, according to curator Lucette Moore.