The Art of People Watching Artist Talk

Collection of six dolls stood together in a group
Fabric, quirkiness and storytelling are the framework behind Jill Fryer’s exhibition, The Art of People Watching. Characters subtly observed at shopping centres, country shows and towns have inspired Fryer to explore doll-making as a platform to celebrate the unique stories of Australian culture.

“I was somewhat surprised when I found people actually liked these strange characters, which have evolved over time. And now, to expand on this and include art work that explores and explains their whereabouts; their stories, and for some, their fables is so fulfilling.”


 


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