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A QUEENSCLIFF GALLERY FOCUS EXHIBITION VIEW EXHIBITION VIRTUAL TOUR Official Closing
27 Sep
10 Sep
— 28 Sep, 2020
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EXHIBITIONS

Kate Hudson / Trudy Rice / Gwen Scott

Nov 12 10:00 amNov 30 4:00 pm

DATES
Exhibition dates: Nov 12 – 30, 2020
Official opening: Nov 15, 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.

Carolyn Graham / Lucinda Tanner / Tiwi Artists

Dec 3 10:00 amDec 28 4:00 pm

DATES
Exhibition dates: Dec 3 – 28, 2020
Official opening: Dec 6, 2 pm – 4 pm, 2020

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Welcoming Andrew Totman

Andrew Totman’s work was first introduced to QG&W during the 2019 Peebles Print Prize. In fact Andrew was the 2019 Peebles Print Prize Highly Commended Award winner for his aquatint, multi-plate etching Down to the River.

‘Many of the deeply red multi-plate monotype works included in Intuition incorporate organic forms that remind the viewer of hastily glimpsed, evanescent bones or muscle tissue encased in blood dyed veils of fugacious muslin scrim. The constant repetitious pumping beat of the Suzanne Vega song ‘Blood Makes Noise’, echoes as foramen within bone are displayed, paths are mapped for the eye, to travel up and down tendons.’

(Excerpt by Dr. Thomas A. Middlemost
Art Curator, Charles Sturt University Art Collection)

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Lucinda Tanner in studio through COVID19
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Coronavirus Message

March 21st, 2020|

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

Sofia Montero-Rivas, QG&W RMIT Open Bite Award Recipient 2019

January 14th, 2020|

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

PPP19 Winners & Official Opening

September 22nd, 2019|

(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

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