I Found it at the Dock

Barbara Rowe artist and Melburnian Docklands resident, uses material found throughout the Docklands area for her art. Rowe has also taken inspiration from the immediate surrounds to produce these woven forms.

  • Harbour Ball (2012-13) palm inflorescence. Found: Harbour Esplanade. Technique: random weave
  • Central Line (2014) nylon fishing line and driftwood. Found: Central Pier. Technique: knitted. (not pictured).
  • Jellyfish (2010) flax. Found: Etihad Stadium. Technique: twined. Inspired by jellyfish seen throughout the Docklands waterways.

Art display by Barbara Rowe at the Docklands Library aka ‘The Dock’, Melbourne.

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