‘Divergent Landscapes’ on show at Werri Beach Progress Hall

Don’t miss the opportunity to see Sue Irvin’s one day art show titled ‘Divergent Landscapes’ on November 17 from 10am-4pm at Werri Beach Progress Hall.

Sue Irvin is a local Gerringong artist, teacher, arts administrator, lecturer and guide at Bundanon.

Many of the works were inspired from her travels internationally (Venice Reverie), nationally (Scarce Water, the Kimberley), in the Illawarra (Salute to Lake Illawarra), in the Shoalhaven (Moona Moona Remembered), or created solely in her Gerringong studio (Cicada Series).

The exhibition is comprised of 75 artworks that explore various aspects of landscape in an expressive, exploratory and unique manner, often verging on abstraction.

The main materials Sue used in this body of work includes oils, mixed media and acrylic on canvas, with works varying in size from 20x15cm to 150x100cm.

To view the artworks visit divergentlandscapes.wordpress.com 

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