DATES Exhibition dates: Nov 19 – Dec 7, 2020 Official opening: Nov 22, 2 pm – 4 pm, 2020 Kate Hudson, Trudy Rice and Gwen Scott enrich and enliven the printmaker’s milieu with their intensely coloured, richly detailed nature mise en scenes produced using traditional techniques. Drawing inspiration from their […]
DATES Exhibition dates: Dec 10 – 28, 2020 Official opening: Dec 13, 3 pm – 5 pm, 2020 Exhibiting artists: Carolyn Graham, Lucinda Tanner and Tiwi artists: Barbara Puruntatameri, Chris Black, Colleen Freddy, Conrad Tipungwuti Kamilowra, Dymphna Kerinaiua, Geraldine Pilakui, Gerry Mungatopi, Glen Farmer Illortaminni Tjipomurrayl, Jimmy Mungatopi, Johnathon Bush, Kaye Brown, Kenny Brown, Michelle Woody, Nicholas Mario, Pamela Brooks, Pius Tipungwuti, Raelene Kerinauia Lampuwatu and Tina Patlas. […]
DATES Exhibition dates: Jan 27, – Feb 15, 2021 Official opening: Jan 31, 3 pm – 5 pm, 2021 Fragility and fable come together in this beautifully delicate exhibition of the works of Elizabeth Banfield and Kati Thamo. The complexity of the natural world and ever-changing landscape is celebrated by […]
Exhibition dates: Mar 11 – 29, 2021
Preview evening: Wed, Mar 10 from 4 – 6 pm (RSVP via 03 4202 0942 / firstname.lastname@example.org)
Official opening: Sun Mar 14, 3 pm – 5 pm, 20211
Rick Amor and Philip Davey both share a love of plein air painting; both artists take a bold approach to composition, and there is an obvious confidence in the technique of both artists. However, a closer inspection of their broad bodies of work invites a far more complex appraisal of their decades of drawings, paintings, ceramics and sculptures. The brooding and the urban prevail in Amor’s work, with pieces that are often characterised by a sense of tension and mystery; darkness and disquiet. Davey’s work on the other hand tends to be brighter; lighter; less introverted.
DATES Exhibition dates: Apr 22 - May 10, 2021 Official opening with the artists: Sun Apr 25, 3 – 5pm Hysterical swirls. Tendon like lines. Concentrations and constellations of circles. Repeated. Interlinked. Layered. Drawing on shapes that echo across centuries, Marian Crawford’s intricately constructed books and collages are brought into […]
QG exhibiting artist and Queenscliff local, Graeme Peebles, is Australia’s leading mezzotint printmaker. Together, QG and Graeme Peebles established the Peebles Print Prize (PPP) in 2017, a prize aimed to be representative of the highest level of printmaking in Australia and solely focused on the intaglio technique.
The success of the inaugural PPP17 and then following, PPP19 are proof of the ongoing enthusiasm for printmaking in Australian. Coinciding with the Geelong Gallery Acquisitive Print Award, the two prizes form a nationwide cultural focus for printmaking in Geelong and the Bellarine.
QG is extremely grateful to PPP21 sponsors; 360Q, the Borough of Queenscliffe, the Streeton family, Oakdene Wines and 44 Frame Factory who assist to make the prize possible and for providing QG with the pleasure of being able to facilitate the PPP21.
DATES (Recently changed) Exhibition dates: Oct 14 – Nov 8, 2021 Official opening: Sun Oct 17 from 2pm – 4pm Tissue paper-like layers of colour and fine, thread-like lines characterise the works of printmaker Melissa Smith. Her interest in the shifts in landscape due to climatic changes are embodied in […]
DATES Exhibition dates: Nov 11 - Nov 29, 2021 Official opening: Sun Nov 14, 2021 from 2pm – 4pm Artist Antonio Balletta is a master of the visual allegory. His paintings, prints and sculptures create worlds that are surrealist and fantastical, yet also profoundly familiar. Recurring, everyday objects and people […]
DATES Exhibition dates: Dec 22, 2021 – Jan 17, 2022 Official celebration with Michael: Scheduled for Jan 12, now cancelled With just a single line, Michael Leunig brings to life entire characters. With just a single colour, he creates entire stories. His approach is, using his own words, “regressive, humorous, […]
DATES Exhibition dates: Feb 10 – Feb 27, 2022 Official opening: Sun Feb 13, 2022 from 3pm – 5pm Adam Nudelman filters his classic themes of isolation, displacement and aloneness through the global health crisis. Works like What Binds a Life to a Life and Only Silence Remains place us at the point […]
DATES Exhibition dates: Mar 3 – 21, 2022 Official opening: Sun Mar 6, 2022 from 2pm – 4pm Debut MOLI CAREW brings decades of self-reflection to her first-ever solo exhibition at Queenscliff Gallery. Works such as Balancing Act, Another Day Forward and Nesting contain intimate self-expression of critical thoughts central […]