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 bayside, ocean, and suburban idylls, the printmakers showcase contrasting vistas, interpretations and environments – extraordinary and ordinary, mild and wild, fixed and fluid – in artist and subject.
DATES Exhibition dates: Oct 22 —Nov 16, 2020 Official closing: Nov 15, 2 pm – 4 pm, 2020
Painter John Waller pays homage to his formative years in north-western Victoria, digging deep into the red dust and bleached sands of the antipodean landscape. Drawing on the unsentimental language of abstraction, he captures the beauty and terror of the desert and the plains, unearthing rich seams of luscious colour and glaze to reveal haunting narratives and the vastness of country.
Exploring the notion of identity through the prism of space and time, three artists employ traditional and contemporary techniques to express their perceptions of the ways – fixed and fleeting – in which person occupies place.
Megan McPherson is an artist and printmaker contemplating the consequences of identity on space, their effect on the way we live in the world, and how we measure and fix spaces affected by our time in them.
This exhibition was originally planned for April 2020. Due to COVID-19 the exhibition was hung and presented online.
Queenscliff Gallery & Workshop are happy to be able to rehang the exhibition and host an official celebration through August.
Exhibition dates: Jul 30 — Sep 7, 2020 Official closing: Sun Sep 6, 2 – 4pm
Embracing companionship while engaged in a solitary pursuit is not unique in the world of art but, unlike many other artists, Rick Amor, Philip Davey and David Moore can measure their professional comradeship in decades.
Hailing from the western suburbs of Melbourne and friends for decades, artists Robert Hague, Peter Lancaster, Jim Pavlidis and Geoffrey Ricardo work across a variety of disciplines, including sculpture, drawing, print-making and lithography.
Sculptor Robert Hague tells his stories on broken porcelain plates and cracked artefacts, juxtaposing deliberate delicacy and