"Ebb and Flow"
|work from the 2019 exhibition by |
Veronique Derville, Jo Felstead-Hill and Jenny Rickards
2020 Festival launched
Between 12 and 2pm on
18 January 2020
The exhibition is open from 11:30 am to 4:30 pm on the weekends of
18, 19 | 25, 26, 27 January | 1, 2 | 7, 8, 9 February
An exhibition of smaller sculpture reflective of place and narrative in sculpture and on the island.
The River Yarra is actually tidal as it "Ebbs and Flows" around this natural beauty accessible at weekends by punt. In a small gallery in this bush setting the 15th Herring Island Summer Arts Festival will be held from 18th January to the 15th April 2020
There will be a formal opening on Sat 18th Jan when the festival will be launched with this exhibition of work entitled “Ebb and Flow” by members of the Association of Sculptors Victoria.
In 2020 each of the exhibitions will be open on one Friday to give an opportunity to groups with office hours staff assistance to visit the island and gallery. The "Ebb and Flow" exhibition will be open on Friday 7th February. Groups might like to consider a group size of around 12 for ease of access to the punt. The island is wheel chair accessible only with assistance. Contact Parks Victoria 13 1963.
Always very popular, sculptors will be present to answer questions and on Australia Day public holiday (27th January) artists from the different groups will be set up in the courtyard of the gallery to demonstrate some of their skills.
A great opportunity to see some small sculptural works as well as the permanent works scattered around the Island. Enjoy the short walk and perhaps a BBQ or Picnic. Bring the family.