An upcoming art exhibition will explore the colourful characters of the Fleurieu.
The Fleurieu is a lovely coastal part of South Australia, with the providence to have both wonderful vines and beaches. The Sea to the Vines festival over the Long Weekend in June is but one celebration of this winning combination.
But just who are the characters of this fine part of the world?
The imagination is set to soar here.
A friendly character
Many talented artists have worked on this theme, with some great prizes on offer. First prize is $3,000 for best overall, plus printing & framing to the value of $500 from Atkins Technicolour, and a camera plus tuition to the value of $300 from Diamonds Photographics.
Having a Whale of a Time
Special effects and a variety of media can be used.
It all sounds like great fun and should be a fascinating exhibition.
It is on at the Stump Hill Gallery, Information Centre, Main Road, McLaren Vale.
24th of May, until the 22nd of June, 2014. Gallery Hours: Mon – Fri 9am to 4pm, weekends and public hols 10am to 4pm.
The exhibition is sponsored by the Royal South Australian Society of Arts.
Other sponsors are STARS, Red Poles, Splashout Studios, Premier Art Supplies, Pack & Send, Atkins Technicolour,
Diamonds Photographics, Pimlott Framing & Art Spectrum. A grant has also been received from the City of Onkaparinga Council.
The official opening will be held at The Stump Gallery, McLaren Vale Visitors Centre and will be opened by Mr Leon Bignell MP, Minister for Tourism 2.00pm on Saturday 24th May. All prize winners will be announced at this time.