Ahead of his upcoming exhibition with friend and colleague Leigh Hobbs, QG pay Jim Pavlidis a visit at his Bellarine studio. In addition to family portraits, life experiences and landscapes reflecting Jim's immediate surroundings, the wonderful Gracia Haby and Louise Jennison feature on the easel as a
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Leigh Hobbs Studio visit In preparation for Leigh Hobbs' upcoming exhibition with Jim Pavlidis, QG directors Theo and Soula visited the artist's studio to discuss and plan the collection of artworks. Exhibition dates: May 13 – 31, 2021 Official opening: Sun May 16, 3 – 5pm The
The process of making art is (needless to say) inspiring to see. QG is always pleased to be able to provide insights into artists' studios as well as glimpses into artists' works in progress. Recently, Stephen Tester dropped into QG with a plate recently rediscovered and reworked
An exciting collaboration between QG and local business owners of CIRCA 1902, Sally Denahy & Chris Dinneen invites visitors and locals to dine in an exclusive 'Trudy Rice' dining room. Works are available for purchase at CIRCA 1902 or via the gallery. Bookings essential – especially since the arrival
Near, far or in COVID lockdown, you can now pop in and see QG&W exhibitions from anywhere at any time. As well as continuing physical exhibitions, now, whether the gallery is open or closed, or whether patrons are in lockdown or not, QG&W virtual exhibitions provide an additional form of
Hague / Lancaster / Pavlidis / Ricardo – The Opening View Exhibition
SERIES: Artists’ Studios Through COVID19 Forming part of the Human Emotion exhibition with David Frazer and 27 artists contributing to the Human Emotion print exchange, Michael Leunig and studio assistant Nicola Dierich give us a snippet of their day. In this instance, Michael is signing and preparing works
SERIES: Artists’ Studios Through COVID19 Forming part of the Human Emotion exhibition with Michael Leunig and 27 artists contributing to the Human Emotion print exchange, David Frazer gives us a glimpse of his daily studio life. COVID19 or not, the artist ritual continues. David lives in Castlemaine next
SERIES: Artists’ Studios Through COVID19 Extending heartfelt Anzac gratitude today – March 25, 2020 and inviting you into Gallipoli Art Prize winner 2018, Steve Lopes's studio. A huge thanks to Riste Andrievski producer of the video. Studio music by Ben Lopes, Supahoney (Steve's son). View Steve's limited
SERIES: Artists’ Studios Through COVID19 Forming part of the current exhibition with Rick Amor and Philip Davey, David Moore gives us a glimpse of his daily studio life. COVID19 or not, the artist ritual continues. David lives in Castlemaine next to fellow artist and friend, David Frazer.
Philip Davey gives us a glimpse of his daily studio life. COVID19 or not, the artist ritual continues. Forming part of the current exhibition with Rick Amor and David Moore at QG&W, Philip Davey is also represented by Australian Galleries where directors Soula and Theo Mantalvanos originally
Dropping off artworks for his upcoming exhibition with Rick Amor and Philip Davey, David Moore provides us with an insight into his use of Gouache and his limited colour palette.
Please consider our patrons, locals and visitors if you are planning to visit the gallery during this Coronavirus time. As per official instruction, the gallery is welcoming visitors who: — have not travelled overseas — who feel 100% well — who have not been in contact with someone with Coronavirus
QG&W welcomes the fourth recipient of the QG&W RMIT Open Bite Graduate Award, Sofia Montero-Rivas. Once again we extend our gratitude to co-sponsors Shelter Shed Queenscliff who will be providing Sofia's sustenance breakfast and lunch, all week! QG&W are ever-grateful for the opportunity to be collaborating with RMIT in
(Photos: Nguyen Dang. Joel Wolter with Theo Mantalvanos) Congratulations After a brilliant official opening for the PPP19 yesterday it is with QG&W's great pleasure to be able to announce the PPP19 winners. Geelong Gallery director, Jason Smith and master printer, Bill Young faced the very difficult task of selecting
(Image: Theo & Soula Mantalvanos with QG&W Award Winner, Marian Crawford. Photographer, Hails & Shine) Celebrations for Australian printmakers began Thursday evening at the Geelong Gallery Acquisitive Print Award (GGAPA). Congratulations to GGAPA winners Teho Ropeyarn (winner of the Geelong acquisitive print award $5,000), and Brian Robinson