Margaret River, Australia, April 12, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- The Melting Pot Glass Studio opened up their 3D Pop-Up Shop over the weekend, a temporary gallery space in their lobby, especially designed for 3D artists to showcase and sell their work.
Long established and well respected local potter, Myles Happ, is the first artist in the space till the end of May. Myles is a creative potter, and creates an array of flamboyant extruded jugs and beautiful ceramic tableware. He has his own studio, Happs Pottery, in Dunsborough featuring his works as well as works by other guest potters.
The Melting Pot Glass Studio is delighted to bring ceramics back to Margaret River's main street, and back into the original pottery building, which was designed and constructed by Ian Dowling.
Easter Sunday night saw the Cultural Heritage Precinct buzzing as four galleries joined hands for the first time -- the Melting Pot Glass Studio, Margaret River Galleries, Jahroc Gallery and Church Gallery at the community resource centre.
All remained open until late, with launch events and exhibitions to keep the Easter crowds entertained.
The 3D Pop-Up Shop is available for rent to artists for two weeks to 30 days period.
For more information on Myles Happ please visit http://www.happs.com.au/
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