Erinswindow’s under the winter sky exhibition opened tonight at Paper Boat Press.
It was a lovely Brissy winter’s night with quite a crowd turning up to keep the cold away from PBP’s gallery space.
You may already know of Erin Tsubono’s illustrations, jewellery and figurines via her Esty store.
Offering a wide range with mugs, spoons, service vessels, mobiles, thrones/chairs, delicate figurines and some very cute dogs (…wish I got a photo of the dogs!), there were lots of smiling faces exploring the space, discovering Erin’s delicate, decorative aesthetic.
I saw a strong sense of home being explored in Erin’s work. The chairs, the animals, even the service vessels struck me as a presentation of items which portray comfort, safety and acceptance.
Any thoughts on Erin’s work? Like it? Love it?
I wasn’t able to stay too long at tonight’s opening, but I’ll be heading back before the exhibition closes (on May 26th) to have a closer look.