There are several art exhibitions happening in November so save these dates:
CELEBRATING November 14:
The Arthouse Pavilion Gallery in Dural is launching ART. AND…’Celebration’.
This series of exhibitions will highlight a range of talented Sydney artists whose hands paint, hammer, twist, bend, fire, print, knit and weld.
The first exhibition will feature eight talented artists and will be held over two weekends November 14-15 and November 21-22: between 9am-5pm daily to allow for the control of numbers and social distancing.
The Arthouse Pavilion Gallery, located in Dural, is owned by local artist Merilyn Chappel.
Having lived in Dural for over 40 years, she is passionate about the area.
Her vision for the ART.AND… series, is to combine art with local farmer’s markets (ART.AND… ‘Local Produce’).
The first of the series: ART.AND… ’Celebration’ will collaborate with the best of local restaurants, nurseries and other businesses in the area, to celebrate venturing out after Covid-19 lockdown.
Held in partnership with Hornsby Council, it will host 8 talented artists and will be held over two weekends to allow for the control of numbers and social distancing.
The event is a registered COVID-19 safe event with NSW Health. While the event is free, visitors will be required to register their details to attend. Event-goers can pre-register to secure their free ticket at www.artand.com.au or on the day at the Gallery entrance.
The Arthouse Pavilion Gallery at 25 Muraban Road Dural.
November 20: artist Val Wright (pictured) will exhibit her watercolour paintings in her Galston studio from November 20 to November 26. After travelling extensively in the outback, she has been inspired by Australian animals and birds in particular. Original paintings, framed or mounted and backed, together with prints and a range of greetings cards, will be for sale. Exhibition opening times: 9am – 6pm November 20 to 26 at 26 Mansfield Road, off Bayfield Road, near Fagan Park, Galston.
WHAT A YEAR
November 28: Small Works exhibition “2020 What A Year!” at the Ferry Artists Gallery in Wisemans Ferry Central. The opening evening will showcase artworks large and small, to ceramics, art glass, jewellery, textiles, metal and wood sculptures.
Ferry Artists Gallery is a not for profit community business that has been continuing to delight locals and visitors for nearly 20 years.
Apart from a mandatory closure of 6 weeks earlier this year, the Ferry Artists Gallery has managed to maintain pace and present to visitors an unbelievable array of creative works from our talented artists and artisans.
Ferry Artists will celebrate the end of 2020 with its second Small Works exhibition “2020 What A Year!”
The open Showcase evening is Saturday November 28 from 6-8pm but the Gallery is open daily between 10am and 4pm at Wiseman Ferry Central. For details visit www.ferryartists.org