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Tuesday, 5 February 2019

'Contemporary by Nature' & 'Vitreous' Exhibitions 2019 at the Herring Island Gallery

Your invitation to...
'Contemporary by Nature' &
'Vitreous' Exhibitions 2019
at the Herring Island Gallery
An initiative of the Contemporary Art Society of Victoria Inc.


  • Vitreous: ceramic, glass & mosaic contemporary art pieces in an astounding range of styles and subjects - a delight to the eye and the imagination!
  • Contemporary by Nature: paintings, drawings and sculptures by Members of the Contemporary Art Society of Victoria...
We are thrilled to be able to invite you to our Vitreous and Contemporary by Nature exhibitions opening next Saturday 9 FEBRUARY at 12 noon at the Herring Island Gallery (South Yarra, Melbourne). See links below for info on how to get there. If you can't make it to the opening, don't worry, the exhibition will be on every weekend for 6 weeks until 17 March (Sunday).


It's wonderful to see what skill, originality and beauty have been conjured by our artists working in so many different mediums to create works in a stunning range of styles, sizes to suite every wall-space, and subjects to fire the imagination - all for sale!


Refreshments will be provided at the opening, and it'll be a nice opportunity to get together with friends and fellow art-lovers to meet some of the artists who will be present at this auspicious occasion.


Our Vitreous and Contemporary By Nature Exhibitions run for 6 whole weeks on the weekends of 9, 10, 16, 17, 23, 24 February & 2, 3, 9, 10, 11, 16, 17 March. Gallery Hours 11:30am to 4:30pm, and access to Herring Island is by the FREE Parks Victoria Punt which leaves regularly during Gallery open-hours from the Como Landing, South Yarra (near the intersection of Alexandra Avenue & Williams Road and the Kanteen Café). See HERE for more information on how to get there, and also HERE on the CAS website.


The exhibition is proudly supported by The City of Stonnington and Parks Victoria.


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