Runs until Saturday 15 February 2020.
Dom moved to the Sunshine Coast from Melbourne three years ago and now resides at Mt. Cooran. He is an Italian born Australian and has travelled extensively to many countries including Canada, Singapore and Italy where he has exhibited his art.
“A Fresh Look” is the inspired artwork of Don Violi. His new exhibition stems from his love and fascination of the local landscape. Dom says, ‘through the changing colours and light on the mountains and trees that surround me, I am provided with constant inspiration for my work’.
In this art selection, semi abstract elements are incorporated with more realistic ones to communicate a joy and an interaction between the viewer and the observer.
Dom feels that he is ‘at times more concerned with the colour of places, rather than the image or representation of a place’.
Opens Friday 20 February at 3pm.
Runs until Saturday 21 March 2020.
Roger Callen is presenting an exhibition of the artwork aptly named “Intersections”. His selection of works takes a closer look at the massive disconnection we find ourselves in with nature, and man’s relentless destruction of it.
In Roger’s words ‘In today’s world, the fundamentals of the given natural world and human cultural practice intersect, interact and feed off one another. Humanity lives a great variety of invented imaginings and forgets its indebtedness to environment, believing technology will save all. This is especially so in ‘western’ city cultures’.
Roger comes from a family of artists and paints mainly landscapes, often beginning or completing works in the plein air style. His work ranges from realist to abstract expressionist and sometimes includes collage elements. He prefers to paint on paper and board in water-based media and has a lifelong interest in landscape.
More details soon on upcoming exhibitions in 2020
Expression of Interest Open to Artists
Discover Eumundi Heritage and Visitor Centre is collecting information, memories and photos on Eumundi houses - past and present.
There will be an exhibition of the research outcomes in Wan'din'in in late 2020.
We are looking for artists whose work relates to houses, family, the home, interiors, exteriors to exhibit in this exhibition.
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Download the form below if you are interested in taking part. Closes 29 February 2020.