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Virginia McNamara was the lucky person that was gifted this trip to Tasmania (off the eastern mainland over the sea and to the south of Australia). Tasmania has always been famous for it’s magnificent landscape, walking trails, mountains, beaches etc. More recently it has become the place to go if you love Art because there is an architect designed purpose built private museum called Mona. Here are a few images from inside and outside the gallery. Hope you enjoy seeing them.
Museum of Old and New Art
The Museum of Old and New Art is an art museum located within the Moorilla winery on the Berriedale peninsula in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. It is the largest privately funded museum in Australia. Wikipedia
Address: 655 Main Road, Berriedale TASMANIA AUSTRALIA
- Architect : Nonda Katsalidis
Sorry I can’t credit this artwork as I don’t have that information it is however current at Mona.
This work titled Deforestation is a poignant comment on the ongoing problem of the removal of our forests . The artist Shane Coutts is one of the artists featured in the current exhibition “Magic Landscape” from Araluen Centre. The work is a timber construction that cleverly plays with perspective and perception.
“Real Conversations” Art Show Fundraiser- 19th Nov 2014
We invite you to join us on Wednesday, November 19th for the “Real Conversations” Art Show Fundraiser.
All proceeds go to benefit the Asylum Seeker English Conversation Class.
Day: Wednesday, Nov. 19th
Where: Northcote Town Hall
There will be some wonderful artwork for sale, generously donated by local artists.
All pieces are priced at $150 and ready to hang.
Beautify your home and support a worthwhile cause.
$10 Entry fee includes glass of wine. All welcome.
Stockroom Selection Exhibition
From August this year Cambridge Studio Gallery is starting the first of our new stockroom exhibitions. We have selected works from artists that have had a history with the gallery as well as promoting some interesting new artists. There will be an eclectic selection of paintings, sculpture, jewellery and a few surprises!
While the gallery’s business model still represents artists by providing space for their exhibitions, we will be value adding to the viewer experience by dedicating the upstairs gallery space to the Stockroom Selection. Works will be displayed in a less formal “salon-hang” that allows clients to purchase and take home works on the day.
For further information
Congratulations to Cambridge for their first stockroom exhibition and best wishes to Ness for her upcoming solo exhibition.