Kiama Arts Trail weekend, 6-7 July

50 years since Man walked on the moon tribute

If you are old enough then you will remember where you were when Neil Armstrong took that “one giant leap for Mankind in July 1969.

In honour of the 50th anniversary we have the Norman Rockwell painting “The Final Impossibility” on display for the Kiama Art Trail weekend 6-7 July.

See it our Kiama Gallery and Office at 1A Colley Drive, Kiama from 10.00am to 4.00pm each day. 

Please see below for information on the many artists and galleries exhibiting this weekend and in the coming weeks.

Little Blowhole Art Bar 4-21 July 2019

In July the Little Blowhole Art Bar is delighted to be showing the latest creations from Kiama artist Sharon Blair with ‘My Happy Place’; Bright, playful mixed media work from Sharon’s signature ‘Buds & Blooms’ and ‘Inspired Landscapes’ collections. 

Sharon began painting in 2002 and has seen her technique evolve and grow through different style but always with a contemporary vibe. And when she’s not working on her creations, Sharon loves to inspire other artists through the workshops she provides from her home studio throughout the year. It truly is her “happy place” and we hope this work will find its way into your happy place!

My Happy Place is on display at the Little Blowhole Art Bar from 4 – 21 July 2019
 

Fern Street Gallery

Ends This Weekend! – The “Colour Is Key” Exhibition runs 17 June – 7 July.

Winter Walk-Out Exhibition and Sale 8 – 21 July.

Liz Shaw – Jewellery

Liz has a 20% sale on existing pieces at the July and August Kiama Arts Trail weekends. Also any jewellery that needs revamping, repairing or remodelling she can do. 

She will I have some great new gemstone jewellery and new shell jewellery for the up and coming spring exhibition at the Kiama Old Fire Station exhibition in September.
 

Robyn Sharp – Cedar Ridge Studio

Since returning recently from her overseas travels, Robyn has again fallen in love with her home, Foxground. She has recently completed two landscapes featuring her valley.This is Misty Morning, an oil on canvas, measuring 50×60 cms. You can see this and many other works  when you visit her studio in Foxground.

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