Filtered Landscapes – Multimedia Art Exhibition
Open every day during January from 9 am to 5 pm.
Tuckerberry Hill is pleased to present Filtered Landscapes. An art exhibition by three Bellarine artists:
- Anne Finkelde
- Annie’s artworks exemplify her love of the Australian landscape and bush. She prefers to portray her works by showing the complexity of nature by breaking it into its Space and forms. She likes to take her viewers into her painting – to walk there with her.
- Sue Howard
- Sue draws inspiration for her work from the landscape around the Bellarine Peninsula. She is interested in exploring the effect that changing light and atmospheric conditions that have on our perception of the landscape.
- Cheryl Hann-Woodlock
- In this exhibition, artist Cheryl Hann-Woodlock, expresses the beauty of the Bellarine, composing clay forms and surfaces without unwanted distractions using the purity and translucency of porcelain clay. In moving to Ocean Grove, Cheryl finds constant inspiration from the rolling hills and farmlands to the sandy ocean shores. Her eclectic work reflects her constant vigil over the changing seasons in nature.
This art exhibition is open every day over January from 9am – 5pm only at Tuckerberry Hill.