Having trouble reading this newsletter? Visit http://www.scotlandisland.org.au/newsletters/archive.html

Scotland Island - Western Shores - Mackeral Beach

- November 2005 -

Newsletter for Offshore Residents of Pittwater, Australia  Volume 7, Issue 100; November 2005     


A dozen Scotland Island artists are holding a multimedia exhibition at poetess Dorothea Mackellar’s historic home in Lovett Bay from 26-27 November displaying the diverse and rich artistic talents of Pittwater’s offshore community.

Artists exhibiting their work include; sculptor Eamon Hamilton who has had two installations displayed at Sculpture By The Sea made of found objects, master printer Paul Smith who has printed the work of many of Australia’s well known artists as well as creating his own work, fashion designer and artist Tracey Smith, print makers Claire Atkins and Jan Melville, icon painter Dimitri Lihacov and children’s book illustrator Nettie Lodge. Other artists’ work will include ceramics, photography, works on paper and painting on canvas.

The exhibition will be officially opened at 2pm on Saturday.

Wine with artist-designed labels, t-shirts of artists’ work and other artistic merchandise will be on sale, as will home made light refreshments with proceeds going to the local Rural Fire Brigade.

Where: Tarrangaua, Lovett Bay. Catch the ferry from Church Point Public Wharf. Ferries will leave every hour from 9.30am. Disembark at Lovett Bay Wharf and follow the signs or travel as a group and catch a Pink Water taxi for affordable convenience. Call Pink Taxis on 0428 238 190 from any wharf in Pittwater

When: 26-27th November 10am-4pm

Newsletter Design:Paul Purvis [0403-442-764]