(Image: Simurgh, Hyun Ju Kim etching 29 x 42cm) Information QG&W are excited to announce the 2019 literary festival exhibition print exchange theme is: ‘Historia’. As per our previous print exchanges - Australian Literature (2018), Great Authors (2017) and Lettered (2016) the group exhibition will align with the Queenscliffe Literary Festival scheduled for May 2019 and
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They were ALL winners...! Truly and impossible task but we based our decision on creative expression, creative use of medium and, of course, imagination. Congratulations to Jack Salter, Georgia Ruby Hazell and Joanna Cameron-Johnson. Keep on drawing!! A huge thank you to the Queenscliffe Literary Festival for inviting us to
Peter Lamont, director of Handmade Films (Australia) works tirelessly on films for the arts industry. Theo and Soula first met Peter when he approached Soula wanting to make an art film. What resulted was The Hurting Strings – An Artist's Story of Pain, a documentary that ended up winning
QG&W Art Consultation For a small refundable consultation fee (upon purchase of art), QG&W now combine their consulting and image manipulation skills to create a realistic view of acquisition options for their clientele. Understandably, it is difficult to visualise how an art piece may look in situ, not to mention the
Brett Mallon, 2018 This year's recipient, Brett Mallon not only worked the full five days but Brett accessed the studio before and after hours and continues to access the print studio to complete the body of work he began in Queenscliff. After just a couple of days, Brett established
A most wonderful evening with John Bell, Anna Volska, the Queenscliffe Literary Festival team, & guests. Thank you also Shelter Shed Leura Park Estate @thePoint and @ChristineWrest-Smith, a special drawing from life.
Beauty or Beast? Interpret the theme in any way you wish but please provide a statement with your submission Medium: any form of printmaking (no digital or photography unless used as part of a traditional printmaking process to form the matrix for a hand made print). Paintings and few
(Image: The Gardener, Jiri Tibor Novak) QG&W are pleased to announce the 32 participating artists and their assigned piece of Australian literature. Work created in response to the titles will form the QG&W 2018 Australian Literary Print Exchange exhibition. As per our previous print exchanges, Great Authors 2017 and Lettered
We would like to thank and congratulate the Cottage by the Sea, Queenscliff Fundraising Branch on a fantastic fundraising luncheon at the Point Lonsdale Hall. It was a great honor for Theo to have been invited as guest speaker for the luncheon and not only be given the chance to
WINNER: PPP People's Choice Award Thank you to Ross Ebbels of Tourism Greater Geelong & the Bellarine for announcing the People's Choice and raffle ticket winners at the official closing of the PPP. Congratulations to, Cleo Wilkinson, winner of the PPP People's Choice Award with her work Pledge. Pledge
If anyone running a business in Australia delivered poor service or a faulty product to a customer they would be made accountable right? Not the telcos and NBN Australia! They seem exempt from this rule. I won't be the first person writing about my NBN transition issues and I
(Image: On Dartmor, by John Ryrie) Submissions now closed Information QG&W are excited to announce the 2018 literary festival exhibition print exchange theme is: 'Australian Literature'. As per our previous print exchanges, Great Authors 2017 and Lettered 2016 the group exhibition will align with the Queenscliffe Literary Festival and
We are thrilled to announce and congratulate Peter Garnick, winner of the Inaugural Queenscliff Gallery & Workshop residency award (Image: Reg Ryan Photography) Geelong Gallery Director, Jason Smith, last night announced that Dianne Fogwell was the 2017 recipient of the Geelong
Congratulations to Olivia Mazzone, winner of our inaugural Peebles Print Prize with her work, 38°29'39'' S 144°52'56'' E (Order #2) High commendations by Hertha Kluge-Pott to Michele Kershaw for Re:Sown and Jo Lankester for Rhytidome Viscaceae - Townsville II. Thank you to Jason Smith, (Geelong Gallery) and Hertha Kluge-Pott
(Excerpt from the Introduction in Hertha Kluge-Pott: Printmaker by Hilary Maddocks) 'Hertha Kluge-Pott has been on of Australia's foremost printmakers for more than half a century. Born in Berlin in 1934, she belongs to that generation of European migrants that so greatly enriched Australia's cultural landscape post-World