Wearable Art Parade

Last week I had the pleasure of helping my friend Jo Ireland with a Wearable Art Parade she organised for staff at St John of God Hospital Murdoch. Gorgeous students from Seton College (came back from holidays) to model in the show.SJOG Murdoch Wearble art paradeGarment by Philomena Hali made from rope and cable ties.
Philomena HaliGarment by Jo Ireland made from desalination filter paper and fruit tree netting.
Jo IrelandGarment by Julie Smith modeled by the delightful Colin.Julie Smith 2The last showing of The Gilded CageThe Gilded Cage at SJOG MurdochJulie SmithJulie Smith’s work above and below Julie Smith 3Fire FliesFire Flies at SJOG MurdochAnother by Jo Ireland made from rubber bands, nespresso pods, jigsaw puzzle piecesJo Ireland 2 This was the final showing of the The Gilded Cage. The garment has been worn and shown on many occasions, traveling as far as Broome, and now the cage is worn out and retiring. The corset may become part of another garment…I love that it has been seen and worn so many times.Gorgeous Seton College models

3 thoughts on “Wearable Art Parade

  1. Fabulous pics Louise 🙂 I may need to retire/repair some of my garments too. They certainly get out more than I do!

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