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Exhibition: In the Land of Shymaree

Let your imagination run wild with this sculptural ceramic exhibition by Lee-Anne Peters that takes you into another world.Come and meet the ‘Old Man of the Mountain’ and his tribe before they retreat back to their Land of Shymaree.
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Meet the tribe below....
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Meet the ‘Old Man of the Mountain’ and his tribe in the fantasy Land of Shymaree. Shymaree is a place on Earth that is hidden away from humans. No one there knows exactly why it is hidden, but some speculate that it is because there is too much greed, toxicity and rubbish in the human world – or maybe it’s because the Shymareeians aren’t too fond of technology. In any case, this tribe of figurative ceramic sculptures have left their land briefly to see what it’s like in the human world.

Within this exhibition showcase you will find a variety of ceramic characters living within their space and doing their work to help nature grow, survive and maintain its balance. According to ‘The Sage’ these beings helped form and mould the natural world we see around us. They still have roles to play in nature, from; helping support the change of seasons, to actively assisting tadpoles turn into frogs. There are even Shymareeians who help keep the Earth spinning – these are great marathon runners! Please note: it is unlikely these Earth Spinners will be visiting us anytime soon as their work is highly demanding.

The main character in this exhibition is the ‘Old Man of the Mountain’ sculpture. He is a wanderer, a traveller, a collector and a dreamer. The ‘Old Man of the Mountain’ is as old as the mountains themselves – so time moves very differently for him than it does for us. He wanders around the mountains making sure things are as they should be. Sometimes he rescues houses before they tumble off corroding cliffs or are sucked into sink holes!

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MEET THE TRIBE - See all HERE:

The Old Man of the Mountain HERE

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The Old Lady of the Mountain HERE

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'Phyta' HERE

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The Elder Tree HERE

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The Sage HERE

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Tree with Nest HERE

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 Tree with Branches HERE

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