Local youth groups have been working on marbled vessels over the past few months and are pleased to present them to you at three locations during the River of Art. Browse their creations at Batemans Bay, Moruya, and Narooma libraries.
Batemans Bay Library, Hanging Rock Place, Batemans Bay
David Ramsland works mainly in oils and focuses on local land and seascapes but also loves to experiment with more contemporary pieces.
- Also open by appointment: 0427 911 980 or 0437 041 569
126 Burri Road, Malua Bay
Cath Bowdler is a ceramic artist who makes a range of functional and sculptural works – from funky cactus pots to garden sculptures and representations of native birds. Come and see Cath in her studio, which is at the back of the house.
- Also open by appointment: 0417 886 791
8 Dale Place, North Rosedale
Visit the CABBI pop-up shop and browse beautiful watercolours, acrylics, oils, mixed media, sculpture, woodwork, jewellery, glass, mosaics and more. Everything on display is for sale and created by local artists. New members are welcome to join.
Batemans Bay Newsagency, Orient Street, Batemans Bay
We are delighted to invite you to the inaugural River of Art exhibition at the Basil Sellers Exhibition Center.
A small number of artists who reflect the depth and creativity of the Eurobodalla arts community were invited by the Bas and Festival organisers to create new works specifically for this exhibition.
This is the inaugural year of the Bas being in our lives, and we decided to celebrate by creating a new tradition – an exhibition with a twist; artists were asked to imaginatively interpret the lyrics of the song “River of Dreams” by Billy Joel.
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The opening of the River of Dreams Exhibition will also mark the Official Opening of the 2019 River of Art Festival.
- Opening night: Fri 17 May, 6pm-8pm
- Artists in Conversation: Sat 18 May, 11am
- Exhibition open: Sat 18 to Mon 27 May, 10am-4pm (closed Tuesdays)
- More: 4474 1061 or www.thebas.com.au
The Bas, corner of Vulcan and Campbell Streets, Moruya