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RIMONA KEDEM Conversations with Self 28th,29th,30th June DAVID LONG Dry Stone walling Sat 11th June GRAEME ALTMANN Oil painting 5th,6th,7th July LUCY McEACHERN Sculpting 26th,27th,28yh July GEOFFREY RICARDO Printmaking 6th,7th,8th Sept GRAEME WILKIE Anagama wood firing 27th Sept - 3rd Oct ANTON HASELL Casting 18th,19th,20th Oct DAVID LANCASHIRE Collage 15th,16th,17th Nov ESTHER ELRICH Drawing 13th,14th,15th Dec PLEASE CALL QDOS on 52891989 for further details
CONVERSATIONS with SELF ....RIMONA KEDEM CONVERSATIONS with SELF ....RIMONA KEDEM
Painting in Oil with Rimona 28,29,30th June 2016
Martin George Martin George
The Judicious Application of Optimism 270cm x 170cm x 140cm 2 tons Bronze, Stainless steel, concrete, found objects, marble iphone The Judicious Application of Optimism is a new large-scale work by Martin George. The piece captures a lounging female form in bronze and will be interred at the beginning of the Lorne Biennale left only partially visible but with the invitation for visitors to participate in an archaeological dig to reveal the work. The piece takes the form of a relic practically and conceptually. This is a relic of a former relationship, memories exhumed through the help of others revealing something beautiful that was buried. Started by the artist, completed once unearthed by the viewer. Stunning new piece in the Park
Qdos Arts is the epicentre of the vibrant arts scene in Lorne. What began as a studio, then a gallery, cafe and sculpture park to celebrate the visual, performing and gourmet arts has grown into a complete respite for creative souls with master classes, even Japanese-inspired treehouses to stay.

Owner/Artist Graeme Wilkie whose appreciation for the tranquility of the Japanese aesthetic led him to develop this unique concept of a 'living art' experience in a quintessential Australian bush setting.

Light is also a theme in the gallery with lofty rooflines and glass to draw in the bushland views. Leading artists are represented and the visual feast is matched by the creative gourmet offerings of the café.

The grounds form a natural amphitheatre watched over by the gallery and treehouses, in which major sculptural works blend with towering eucalyptus, a stillness pervades the 'Monet' style pond visited by a myriad of bird and wild life.

Visit Lorne Sculpture Biennial at www.lornesculpture.com



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HOURS:

SUMMER
January 7 days a week
8:30am - 6:00pm
from then open
TFSSM 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

AUTUMN
TFSSM 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

SPRING
TFSSM 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

WINTER
FSSM 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

TREEHOUSE ACCOMMODATION is open all year

Our ANNUAL HOLIDAYS are the last two weeks of May and August respectively