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
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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
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
(Image: Reader's Empty Book by Jiri Tibor Novak etching) Congratulations to the following artists who will form the 2020 Human Emotion print exchange exhibition. Artist names with their human emotions and book titles are as follows: Julia Wakefield, Confusion, A Visit from the Goon Squad, Jennifer Egan. Christine Gibson,
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On behalf of Graeme Peebles and the directors of QG&W it is our pleasure to announce the finalists for PPP19. Peebles Print Prize 2019 finalists: Riste Andrievski, Liz Caffin, Elaine Camlin, Clive Dickson, David Fairbairn, David Frazer, Silvi Glattauer, Julie Mia Holmes, Lizzie Horne, Anita Iacovella, Bron Ives, Molly Kamenz, Michele
Queenscliff Gallery (QG) has been in operation since Dec 2015. The gallery has a strong focus on Australian printmakers and/or Australian artists who include works on paper within their practice. Artists represented/exhibiting at QG are at various stages of their careers although most
Together with RMIT, it is our great honour to have established the annual QG&W RMIT Graduate Award and this year it was Adam Wilkinson who won the award and joined us for a week. Adam received: five days private access to the print workshop at QG&W use of the press,
2020 Human Emotion Print Exchange details QG&W print exchanges are becoming very popular and QG&W are ecstatic about that. The print exchange exhibition is a highlight event during the Queenscliffe Literary Festival – and just as much anticipated by the literary world as it is by the art world.
Speaking to this year’s annual print exchange theme of “historia”, last night we heard Greek Australian playwright Kat Moritz‘ premier reading of her latest play, Alcestis – an adaptation of Euripides’ play. Alcestis is the culmination of Kat’s recent trip to New York where she worked intensively with international
It was an exceptional evening of conversation listening to two of Australia's most prominent illustrator's, Jim Pavlidis and Michael Leunig. Election eve heated up the discussion adding to the work stories of the two colleagues from their couple of decades at The Age. Then into art speak and
Theo recently had the opportunity to present the story of Streeton Prints to an impeccable group of gentlemen of the Mens Probus Club of Point Lonsdale and Queenscliff. The story – still unheard by many locals was received with great interest especially as it was presented by Theo who posthumously