This cultural exhibition of visual arts is being hosted in the art gallery located at the Lady Denman Heritage Complex in Huskisson on the NSW South Coast.
The exhibition will feature diverse artworks from local artists including Cheryl-Leigh Cross, John Brown, Graham Brennan, Tricia Wright, Karen Sharpe, Allan Burrows and Pam Crohan to name just a few.
The aim of the exhibition is to showcase Jervis Bay under and above water with a focus on protecting this beautiful marine park, within that, the intention is to to interpret the natural environment of Jervis Bay covering natural, cultural and human issues. As well as to provide a window into the underwater world of Jervis Bay and become involved in the debate about the necessity of conserving the marine biodiversity.
The Lady Denman face book site is displaying several informational Youtube videos narrated by Karin Smith, the exhibition curator.
There are many reasons to visit the Lady Denman Heritage Complex apart from this exhibition, you can visit the famous Lady Denman Ferry, feed the many species of fish in the fish pond, take a walk around the mangrove boardwalk, visit the boatshed and historic church, view aboriginal artworks in Laddie Timbery's workshop or relax in the picnic grounds. It's a great place to spend and hour, or a day!