Queenscliff’s Seaview Gallery is presenting an array of stunning, varied exhibitions this summer.
“It’s pretty exciting over summer, there’s always lot’s happening and the gallery is continually changing throughout summer,” says owner and director Colleen Kenwood.
The gallery’s Jane Flowers and Paul Evans exhibition until 22 December features two artists with contrasting styles.
Colleen describes Evans as an internationally acclaimed Queensland artist who draws on the power and beauty of nature for inspiration.
“He portrays nature quite faithfully and creates a composition that’s visually dynamic,” Colleen says.
Flowers is an award winning local artist who has a deep affinity with nature, the ocean and the wider environment.
“This allows her to translate her interpretations into unique and striking artworks,” Colleen says.
The gallery will host a Best of Seaview exhibition from 24 December to 12 January, featuring a selection of traditional and contemporary pieces “to suit all tastes”.
Emma Hack will have a solo exhibition at Seaview from 14 to 29 January.
“Emma’s work continues to excite with her unique body art that utilises female models that she blends in with their surroundings,” Colleen explains.
“The effect is a beautiful, vibrant, living, three-dimensional piece of art.
“Emma is an internationally acclaimed artist and has just held successful solo shows at the Savina Museum of Contemporary Art in Seoul, South Korea, and The Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong.”
Hack will attend the gallery on 14 January for with drinks and again on 15 January for a champagne breakfast artist talk.
The gallery also has a range of unique handmade gifts to suit all budgets for Christmas shopping, including quirky ceramics, sculptures, jewellery, glass and more.
More informaiton is available by phoning the Seaview Gallery, 86 Hesse Street, Queenscliff, on 5258 3645.

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