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McPherson / Sewards / Weatherill

27 Sep
10 Sep
— 28 Sep, 2020
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Welcome to Queenscliff Gallery2020-09-12T10:35:30+10:00

Queenscliff Gallery Vision

To be recognised as a destination Australian art gallery

COVID19 Gallery Hours*
Monday by appointment
Tuesday closed
Wednesday by appointment
Thursday by appointment
Friday by appointment
Saturday by appointment
Sunday by appointment

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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)



Virtual Exhibitions

SERIES: Artists’ Studios Through COVID19

Lucinda Tanner in studio through COVID19
Philip Davey in studio through COVID19
David Moore in studio through COVID19

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Geelong Gallery QG&W Award Winner, Marion Crawford

September 20th, 2019|

(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

Human Emotion Print Exchange

August 12th, 2019|

(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,

Peebles Print Prize 2019: Finalists

August 21st, 2019|

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

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