Noel Harvey 9 April, 2019
Published on 09 April 2019
I had the pleasure of opening Central Goldfields Art Gallery’s latest exhibition, Darkness and Light: Landscapes of Central Victoria on Saturday.
This is a unique exhibition that explores three artists’ perspective of the central Victorian landscape.
While much of the work on display is completed in water colour and oil paints, each artist – Mark Dober, Joanne Sisson and Michelle Kettle – has a distinct style and flavour.
Each of these artists are somehow connected to central Victoria which reflects in their work.
With many local landscapes featuring in this exhibition, you will see familiar sights in a totally new way.
We are incredibly lucky to have the Central Goldfields Art Gallery and dedicated staff who regularly attract high quality exhibitions like Darkness and Light.
I encourage everyone who has an interest in local landscapes to take the time and appreciate the talent behind the works on display in this beautiful exhibition, which is on display until 12 May.
The Art Gallery is open from 10am to 4pm Thursday to Sunday and is located in Neill Street, Maryborough.