AUG: Rick Amor / Philip Davey / David Moore

QG&W Amor Davey Moore

This exhibition was originally planned for April 2020. Due to COVID-19 the exhibition was hung and presented online.

Queenscliff Gallery & Workshop are happy to be able to rehang the exhibition and host an official celebration through August.

Exhibition dates: Jul 30 — Aug 31, 2020
Official opening: Sun Aug 2, 2 – 4pm

Embracing companionship while engaged in a solitary pursuit is not unique in the world of art but, unlike many other artists, Rick Amor, Philip Davey and David Moore can measure their professional comradeship in decades.

While this exhibition sees the three once more gathered together, its purpose is to showcase the individual method – broad brushstrokes, brooding shadows, historical imagery – and media – gouache on paper, oil on canvas – for which each artist is recognised and celebrated.

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JUL: Lucinda Tanner / Tiwi Artists

QG&W Tanner Tiwi

Exhibition dates: July 2 — 27, 2020
Official closing: Sun July 26, 2pm – 4pm

An exhibition of works by Lucinda Tanner and Tiwi artists; Colleen FreddyConrad Tipungwuti KamilowraDino WilsonGeraldine PilakuiJanice Murray Pungautiji, Jason Palipuaminni Stormy, Jimmy Mungatopi, Johnathon Bush, Michelle WoodyNicholas MarioPamela Brooks, Pauletta Kerinaiua (JNR)Pedro Wonaeamirri, Pius Tipungwuti, Raelene Kerinauia Lampuwatu and Timothy Cook.

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JUN: Robert Hague / Peter Lancaster /Jim Pavlidis /Geoffrey Ricardo

QG&W Hague Lancaster Pavlidis Ricardo (1)

Exhibition dates: June 4 — 29, 2020
Official opening: Sun June 7, 3pm – 5pm

Queenscliff Gallery and Workshop celebrates the spirit of mateship and collaboration in its June exhibition of works by Robert Hague, Peter Lancaster, Jim Pavlidis and Geoffrey Ricardo.

The four men’s friendship and artistic expression are forged in continuity: their homes, studio environments and materials are testimony to timelessness and resilience – a bulwark against the ‘advances’ of technology (with the exception of phones and Instagram!), and proof that living and working without succumbing to unnecessary change is still possible.

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MAY: Human Emotion Print Exchange featuring works by David Frazer & Michael Leunig

QG&W Lit Fest.May20

Exhibition dates: April 30 — June 1
Official online opening: May 3,  3pm

Titles as varied as Jane Austen’s Emma, Leigh Sales’ On Doubt and Hunter S Thompson’s Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas– selected by then-owners of The Bookshop at Queenscliff, Lisa and Mathew – are allocated to participating artists, whose hand-printed visual adaptations will go on display at the Human Emotion Print Exchange exhibition, alongside works by narrative artist Michael Leunig and wood engravings by David Frazer.

Exhibiting artists (human emotion and literature titles): Julia Wakefield Confusion A Visit from the Goon Squad, Christine Gibson Regret Atonement, Helen Kocis Edwards Pity Beware of Pity, Penelope Lawry Contempt Contempt, Samantha Thompson Forgiveness East of Eden, Steve Tester Loneliness Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine, Zoe Snyder Boredom Emma, Gwen Scott Pleasure Fahrenheit 451, Billy Nye Euphoria Fear and Loathing in Los Vegas, Ann Cunningham Aggression Fight Club, Brett Mallon Rage Firestarter, Catherine McCue Gratitude Gratitude, Laura Osborne Paranoia Gravity’s Rainbow, Cecilia Jackson Apathy Keep the Aspidistra Flying, Elaine Camlin Pride King Lear, Kim Hodge (nee Herringe) Doubt On Doubt, Margot Rushton Frustration Portnoy’s Complaint, Christine Courcier-Jones Affection Praise, Linda Baker Guilt Rebecca, Andrew Weatherill Horror Slaughterhouse-Five, Susan Mcleod Sympathy Sympathy, Denise Rogers Depression The Bell Jar, Penny Peckham Hysteria The Crucible, Nada Poljski Empathy The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, Lisa Sewards Ecstasy The Doors of Perception, Trudy Rice Love Letter to D: A love story and Soula Mantalvanos Ambivalence The Great Gatsby.

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APR: Rick Amor / Philip Davey / David Moore

ONLINE EXHIBITION

https://qgw.com.au/event/rick-amor-philip-davey-david-moore/

Exhibition dates: Apr 2 — 27, 2020
Official opening: Online Apr 5, 3pm

Embracing companionship while engaged in a solitary pursuit is not unique in the world of art but, unlike many other artists, Rick Amor, Philip Davey and David Moore can measure their professional comradeship in decades.

While this exhibition sees the three once more gathered together, its purpose is to showcase the individual method — broad brushstrokes, brooding shadows, historical imagery — and media – gouache on paper, oil on canvas — for which each artist is recognised and celebrated.

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Harper / Nudelman

Exhibition dates: Feb 27 — Mar 30, 2020
Official opening: Mar 1 from 3pm

Abstractionist, Melinda Harper has been exploring the relationship between colour and form for three decades.

Adam Nudelman refines classical landscape painting and ads complex forms that seek cultural identity and the artist’s own place in the world.

In the first of QG&W’s 2020 focus exhibitions, Melinda Harper and Adam Nudelman will display force and tension, push and pull in their works – Harper as a means to explore the limits of colour, Nudelman to define the idea of human isolation.

VIEW EXHIBITION
Literary Festival Exhibition

Featured artists: Michael Leunig, Marion Manifold, Jim Pavlidis & Gwen Scott.

PRINT EXCHANGE artists: Helene Athanasiadis, Jenine Bailey, Dianne Colk, Warren Cooke, Beth Croce, Ann Cunningham, Sue Ernst, Silvi Glattauer, Kate Gorringe-Smith, Kim Herringe, Julie Holmes, Alex Hotchin, Kyoko Imazu, Gary James, Maureen King, Anita Laurence, Larissa MacFarlane, Soula Mantalvanos, Emmy Mavroidis, Catherine McCue, Kerry Anne McMeeking, Jiri Tibor Novak, Sharron Okines, Laura Osborne, Jim Pavlidis, Sue Poggioli, Nada Poljski, Trudy Rice, Gwen Scott, Lisa Sewards, Stephen Tester and Justin Watson.