Have you ever wondered what you can do with a coffee pod other than put it in the bin? You could recycle in an environmentaly correct way or do as I did, get creative! Being an artist, I love the colours and texture of the aluminium pods. How to work with them? Come on the journey with me, waste is minimal and my garden really loves the coffee grounds and looks great.
18 Oakwood Rd, Oakbank - The Exhibition runs daily for the month of August 11am - 4pm
During the exhibition locals can take their pods to be recycled at the Cellar Door. But only Nespresso pods – Sally hasn’t discovered a way to recycle the plastic pods.
“Glass is a wonderful medium to work in. I love the colours, texture and ‘feel’ of glass and the changes it takes on in different light. My aim through glass is to bring as much life to my work as I possibly can.”
Sally designs and produces traditional leadlight windows, with a twist, for the front entrance of your home, leaving a lasting impression. Sally also offers a repair service for existing leadlight installations.
SALLY IS AVAILABLE FOR LEADLIGHT REPAIRS. MAKE AN ENQUIRY >
Qualified in Certificate IV Work Place Training and Assessment, Sally can create a fun and informative way to learn the timeless art of leadlight and meet people, either privately or in small groups. You will create a 30cm square leadlight panel of approximately 15 pieces and a small copper foil sun-catcher. Classes are held in a private studio in picturesque Macclesfield in the Adelaide Hills: Maximum of 4 students per class / Private classes available / Weekend workshops / Midweek half or full day classes can be arranged. Cost of workshop is $225. Please note: A non refundable $50 deposit is required when booking/prior to the workshops and balance to be paid on the day.
LEADLIGHT REPAIRS also available .... MAKE AN ENQUIRY >
The Volkswagon Kombi Series imortalises the spirit of the 1950’s-60’s ‘Splity’ Kombi. "Drive Away" was a romantic and historical dedication in metal, paint and glass that featured works by Reg Eastaugh, Judith Millham and Sally Werner as part of the 2014 SALA Festival.
Sally Werner is a Glass Artist specialising in Leadlight and Mosaic with 30 years experience. Based in the Adelaide Hill's picturesque town of Macclesfield, her work can be seen scattered through private and public spaces throughout the Hills as far away as the West Coast of Australia. Sally offers a range of services including customised leadlight windows, free hanging artworks, leadlight repairs and workshops.
There’s no polishing and lots of stomping on materials with my boots! As with my glass work I design around what I have in front of me, I worked out years ago that designing and then looking for what I needed did not work. So I fossick around, collect and stock pile and the pieces just evolve. I never know what I am going to come out of the studio with but it is always with a laugh ... my kids think I am nuts!
After 30 years of being a Glass Artist specialising in Leadlight and Mosaic I have adapted those skills to a new material. The work in this exhibition has come about because somebody got rid of something which found its way to me. And this rusty old piece took me on a new adventure. In this new work I use old objects made of various types of old metal, the rustier the better.
Birrabang is a unique dwelling under construction in the Adelaide Hills. Sally was commissioned to design and produce the stunning leadlight feature windows to compliment the large timber structural elements and to link the inside with the beautiful natural surroundings. The glass designs feature rainbow lorikeets, a galah, a sulphur crested cockatoo and a possum ... all found in and around the area. The tall window in the dining area features a and FJ Holden (complete with chrome) driving through vineyards towards a hot air balloon on a Sunday afternoon.
SALLY WERNER IS AVAILABLE FOR PRIVATE COMMISSIONS. MAKE AN ENQUIRY >
WORKS ON PUBLIC DISPLAY: Bridgewater Inn – Window Panel (sponsored by Coopers Brewery), Siemers Indian Restaurant (Stirling) – 3 panel skylight, Echunga Primary School – 16 panel leadlight and mosaic window, United Church Mylor – Windows. EXHIBITIONS: Current – Art For Crush, Johnston's Oakbank Cellar Door and Adventure In Tin, Pikes Winery, Clare Febuary 5 – April 3 2013, 2012 – Mclaren Vale Harvest Festival, SALA 2012 – An Exhibition in Glass, Shingleback Cellar Door, SALA 2011 – Cellar Nymps and The Winery Series, Johnston's Oakbank Cellar Door, SALA 2010 – Glass in The Garden, Open Studio and Garden, SALA 2009 – Artist's on the Menu, Old Macclesfield Service Station, Woodstock Winery Easter Exhibition – 1996, 97, 98, 99, 2000, Bambferlong Fine Arts Gallery – 1995, Three Brothers Arms – 1993, 94