Seaview Studio at the Festival Fleurieu 2015

Seaview Studio at the Festival Fleurieu 2015

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Posted 2015-04-07 by Haydn Radfordfollow

Sat 11 Apr 2015 - Sun 19 Apr 2015


For over a decade artists, craftspeople, musicians, writers, poets and numerous community groups in the Yankalilla, Normanville and surrounding area on the Western Fleurieu have celebrated a biennial artistic and cultural event known as The Leafy Sea Dragon Festival. With the support of a talented local group of volunteers the festival, now known as the Festival Fleurieu offers a program of 90 events at more than 50 venues across the Western Fleurieu Peninsula.



In conjunction with the Fleurieu Festival 2015 a number of artists studios invite you to join them at their studios to view and talk about their art and crafts. Details for these artistic events can be seen below:

ARTISTS STUDIO TRAIL

ENVIRONMENT, HISTORY AND HERITAGE

EXHIBITIONS



I recently had an opportunity to visit one of these studios
The Seaview Studio at 22 Hastings Street corner Seaview Cresent, Normanville Heights.



During the Festival Fleurieu the Seaview Studio will be open
11 – 19 April 2015 11.00 am – 4.00 pm

Disability parking and access.
See Festival Fleurieu Program Map 4: 21.

The studio features art works in pastels, and acrylic; unique design jewellery in natural stone, pearls and porcelain, wearable art in mohair, authentic Japanese silk clothing, natural wool; mosaic art; and photography of sunset spectaculars by local artists and crafts people.



Lynette Maddock

Lynette is a hobby artist who derives a lot of enjoyment from creating paintings . In the last few years her paintings have been displayed in the entrance foyer of the Tea Tree Gully Library and this year she was an entrant in the Victor Harbor Art Show. The creative process takes her into making jewellery from semi-precious stones, pearls and crystals. Her latest interest is the simplistic Japanese style in gold, silver and bronze acrylic, which will be on display.

Bob Boxall

For about 15 years Bob has been making mosaics. He describes his style as being what-ever-takes me-at-the time. If he sees a particular bird in his backyard he will take its photograph, put it onto his computer and rework it, to create the image that is suitable to make a mosaic. He then works on the colours he wants, to be as original as I can get to match the subject he wishes to mosaic. Unbeknown to Bob, some of his friends entered some of his mosaics into a competition, and his "Blue Wrens" was the winner.



There is the opportunity to have some fun and at the same time support the Fred Hollows Fund with Adopt A Bear for $5. Lynette has donated her rather large collection of bears that are looking for a good home. All proceeds will go to The Fred Hollows Save Sight Foundations. So here is a wonderful opportunity to make a Bear happy and at the same time help the Fred Hollows Foundation.



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!date 11/04/2015 -- 19/04/2015
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