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A visit to Seaview Gallery this spring is a must to lift the spirits of any local art lover after the region’s long, cold winter.
The gallery is bright and beautiful, with its wide range of paintings, glass, ceramics and jewellery making the trip well-worth the visit.
The gallery’s exhibition calendar for spring celebrates a wonderful list of artists of varying styles along with new works from Seaview’s regular stable of artists.
Seaview also introduces three new artists to the gallery: Denise Walker, Jacqueline Fowler and Fred Thompson.
Waterways is the new Exhibition from Georgie Gall, running until the end of September.
Georgie’s work is textural, sometimes with subdued colours and featuring bright jewel-like tones. Georgie often accentuates her work with bronze and silver highlights so the paintings change throughout the day.
Impressionist Amanda Hyatt features in a solo exhibition from 7 to 31 October.
Amanda is well-known as one of Australia’s leading watercolourists.
Her exhibition features many works depicting her travels domestically and abroad, including cafe scenes, seaside villages, Venice canals, rural country scenes and many more.
Amanda’s exhibition will present a beautiful cross-section of work, showcasing a wonderful watercolourist.
Colour With Passion features Sara Paxton from 4 to 30 November.
Sara is an amazing colourist whose use of vivid colour and contemporary form give her paintings a unique expressive style. Her subjects range from landscapes to still life and seascapes.
Seaview promises Sara will provide a wonderful exhibition.

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