Of Land, Sea and Sky Art Exhibition
An art exhibition – Of Land, Sea and Sky – with artworks by artists who attend the Unisson Disability Art Studios, is opening on Thursday 5 April.
The hosts for this exhibition are Unisson Disability in partnership with Grace Cossington Smith Gallery and Abbotsleigh School.
What’s on view?
The exhibition showcases artworks in paint, paper and ceramics which are inspired by the natural environment and reflect the diversity of creative expression, with each artist portraying a unique interpretation of their subject.
Where is the exhibition taking place?
Of Land, Sea and Sky is taking place at Grace Cossington Smith Gallery, Gate 7, 1666 Pacific Highway, Wahroonga.
What are the dates?
Of Land, Sea and Sky opens on Thursday 5 April and runs until Saturday 14 April.
The opening night on Thursday – from 6:00 pm – will include canapés and champagne.
If I can’t attend the opening?
You are still most welcome to visit the exhibition at the Gallery. The Gallery hours are Monday – Friday from 10:00 am – 5:00 pm and Saturday from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm. The gallery is closed on Sunday. Entry is free.
What do I need to do?
If you would like to attend the opening night, please RSVP to 1 300 266 222 or email.
More about Unisson Disability Art Studios
The Art Studios are a great place for participants to express their creativity, learn new skills and have fun at the same time!
The program offers a variety of small group sessions where participants are supported by arts professionals to experience and develop skills in a range of art forms. The studios are dynamic art spaces where participants can explore their creativity and self-expression. There is also the opportunity to participate in the Unisson Art Exhibition.
A little bit about the art
The Art Studio is a rich and supportive environment for participants to explore their creative self through the mediums of painting, drawing, mixed media and sculpture. It’s also an environment in which participants can refine their skills and learn new ones.
Something about ceramics
The dynamic, creative program teaches and supports students to explore the potential of the tactile medium of clay, and to make a range of decorative and functional items which reflect their own interests and creativity.
And, there’s a Paper Studio
The Paper Studio opens up a world of handmade paper where participants are supported and learn the skills to create handmade paper art, decorative papers and sculptural paper works.
For more information about Unisson Disability Art Studios, please email.
Image credits: Suzanne Sorrell, Landscape; Venessa Crane, Untitled; Kerry Patterson, Tweet
Gate 7, 1666 Pacific Highway