Art on Parade: Bryn Waterman at Mannat Café & Indian Restaurant

Enjoy a selection of Bryn Waterman’s colorful psychedelic video clips while you enjoy your meal.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Mon 27 May
    • Wednesday to Monday: 6.30pm-9.30pm
    • Tuesdays: closed

Mannat Café & Indian Restaurant, 153 Princes Highway, Narooma

Art on Parade: Amanda Williams at Amanda’s of Mogo

View recent works by Amanda Williams featuring mixed-media and pastel paintings.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 – Mon 27 May, 9am-5pm

Amanda's of Mogo, 41 Princes Highway, Mogo

Art on Parade: Susan Rhind at Moruya Health Café

Susan Rhind has let high flowing paint have its way. As a result, all sorts of land and seascapes form and imaginary animals might enter the scene.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Mon 27 May
    • weekdays: 8am-5pm
    • Saturdays: 9am-2pm
    • Sundays: closed

Moruya Health Café, 11 Church Street, Moruya

Art on Parade: LittlForest & Dunkatron

Toshka and Duncan Irving create a bespoke artwork for the festival, glamming-up the glass shopfront with contemporary graffiti art and design for the duration of the festival.

A new, must-see, unique feature of this year’s Art on Parade.

Shopfront, 46 Vulcan Street, Moruya

Art on Parade: Susie Vogel at Harris Scarfe

Drop by and see Susie Vogel’s works on show.

Often incorporating the female form in contemplation, Susie’s makes use of opulent gold highlights and intense colour and shapes for her Klimt and Baskt inspired pieces, with hints of Asian influence.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Mon 27 May
    • Monday to Saturday: 9am-5pm
    • Sundays: 10am-4pm

Harris Scarfe, Vulcan Street, Moruya

Art on Parade: School of Possibilities Walking Trail

Keep an eye out for guerrilla-style art in the business precinct of Moruya.

Artists and designers from the Eurobodalla School of Possibilities are sharing their stick-ups in unexpected places around town. Keep your eyes peeled and your senses keen, there may be a stick up just around the next corner…

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Mon 27 May, all hours

 

Moruya, NSW

Art on Parade: 10 makers at Dowry

Dowry is counting down through the 10 days of the River of Art, featuring a maker each day.

Come in and meet the maker, read their profile and see their work on display in store.

As a special treat, Dowry is offering 10% off prices online and instore of all goods from the 10 makers! Use the code RiverofArt10 when shopping online.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Sat 26 May
    • Tuesday to Friday: 10am-5pm
    • Saturdays: 10am-1pm
    • Sundays and Mondays: closed

Dowry, 18 Ford Street, Moruya

Art on Parade: Stephanie Simko at Horizon Credit Union

View a selection of costumes by Stephanie Simko from the EFTAG 2018 Wearable Art parade.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Mon 27 May, during business hours

 

Horizon Credit Union, 68 Vulcan Street, Moruya

Art on Parade: Paul Dimmer & Connie Lamanna at Moruya Books

Unique sculptures by Paul Dimmer will be exhibited in the window of Moruya Books while inside you will see exciting new nature-based photographic work by Connie Lamanna.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Mon 27 May
    • weekdays: 9am-5pm
    • Saturdays: 9am-1pm
    • Sundays: closed

Moruya Books, 9 Church Street, Moruya

Art on Parade: The Disability Trust at Platinum Blinds & Awnings

View a selection of recent artworks by participants of the Disability Trust Eurobodalla Art Groups.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Mon 27 May, 9am-5pm

Platinum Blinds & Awnings, 11 Church Street, Moruya

Art on Parade: John Falcon at the Red Rose Café

See John’s painting “Barge on the Moruya” hung in the window of the café.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Mon 27 May, 9am-5pm

 

Red Rose Café, 52 Vulcan Street, Moruya

Art on Parade: EFTAG at Ballards Pharmacy

This display showcases the work of members of EFTAG (Eurobodalla Fibre & Textile Artists Group), more of which can be seen at their annual exhibition in June, and wearable art event in October.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Mon 27 May, 9am-5pm
  • More: eftag.com.au

Ballards Pharmacy, Shop 4/4 Ford Street, Moruya

Art on Parade: Denise Luke at Moruya Natural Therapies

See Denise’s diverse collection of paintings in various media, depicting birds, deserts, underwater scenes, abstracts and local beach scenes.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Mon 27 May
    • weekdays: 9.30am-4.30pm
    • weekends: closed

Moruya Natural Therapies, 64 Campbell Street, Moruya

Art on Parade: Catherine Speed at Salty Earth Café

View Catherine Speed’s framed paintings of Moruya local street scenes and iconic architecture.

  • Art on Parade:
    • Fri 17 to Sun 19 May, 8am-2.30pm
    • Thu 23 to Sun 26 May, 8am-2.30pm
    • Monday to Wednesday: closed

Salty Earth Café, 1 Charles Moffit Drive, Moruya Heads

Art on Parade: Amy Schleif at Moruya Bicycles

Through her work, Amy Schleif explores the idea of how emotional states impact the perception of spiritual space, drawing inspiration from her local environment around Moruya.

For Amy, there is a distinct connection between being present in spiritual space and being on her bike in the bush. All her works are made from reclaimed materials.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Mon 27 May, 9am-5pm

Moruya Bicycles, 10 Ford Street, Moruya

Art on Parade: Erin Griffiths at Nourish on North

View wearable art and wall hangings made by local macramé artist Erin Griffiths.

Erin uses eco-sustainable material to explore our place within the universe and our connection with nature.

Natural dyes from local plant material and kitchen waste are used to colour hemp string, which – with the help of locally sourced beeswax – comes to life in the form of intricate knot work and tribal inspired designs.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Fri 24 May
    • Weekdays: 7am-4pm
    • Saturdays: 8am-3pm
    • Sundays: closed

Nourish on North, 5 North Street, Batemans Bay

Art on Parade: Julie Pallone at Tribe Café

View fluid artists paintings and ink works by Julie Pallone.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Mon 27 May
    • Weekdays: 7am-2pm
    • Saturdays: 8am-12pm
    • Sundays: closed

Tribe Café, 57 Beach Road, Batemans Bay

Art on Parade: Matthew Sherren at BaySide Real Estate

See photographs by Matthew Sherren, a young landscape and travel photographer who hikes, travels and camps in search of the next amazing shot. He is currently studying photography at CIT, pursuing a career in photography.

BaySide Real Estate, 5/8 Orient Street, Batemans Bay

Art on Parade: Mirabel Fitzgerald & Julie Pallone at JJ’s at the Marina

Come and see beautiful etchings and stunning prints by the two artists.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Mon 27 May
    • Tuesdays to Sundays: 8am-8pm
    • Mondays: closed

JJ's at the Marina, 27 Beach Road, Batemans Bay

Art on Parade: Nina Poulton at Lincoln Downs

Long Beach award winning artist Nina Poulton’s showcase of diverse styles, mediums and subject matter are on show throughout the resort open areas.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Mon 27 May, 9am-8pm
  • Opening night: nibbles & bubbles on Sat 18 May, 5pm (free)

Lincoln Downs, 11683 Princes Hwy, Batemans Bay