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South Coast Leisure Times : Autumn 2012
Milton 30 South Coast www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au Situated in Milton's thriving gallery precinct, right in the town's centre, artists Malcolm King and Julie McKenzie have reopened their well known art gallery... Throughout April and May the gallery will feature new works from local . Jan's love of the retro has created gems of glowing glass, both decorative and functional. Complimenting these, you'll find precision craftsmanship from Dave Gunn, with beautifully designed and finished timber work in oregon, oak and hardwood. Also find retro designer furniture from Marlborough Antiques and new works from resident artists Julie McKenzie and Malcolm King who look forward to your visit. Just 'next door' is - See artworks by members of the Millhouse Art Society - from landscapes to contemporary.Visitors will find artworks featuring many local scenes for purchase - to remind them of their holiday in the beautiful Milton, Mollymook and Ulladulla District. age hubo arts&cu ture open f or sho ws. from Country Leather, Milton 4455 3056 and Malibu Music, Ulladulla 4455 5693. Eugene 'Hideaway' Bridges. Milton Village is home to an eclectic mix of entertainers. Find them busking in the streets, performing in the 'Green', playing at the local pubs, theatre and festivals. 'Circus on the Green' mixed media, by local artist Julie Sydenham. Julie will be running art workshops and creative classes with something for everyone during the school holidays. For more inf o check out or call into 'Splatters' of Milton. For art and craft enthusiasts is where you'll find a fabulous range of art supplies, original gits, art works and hand made local products, open 7 days, near the Post Office. Kingstudio Gallery. Glasswork by Jan Huon. Nomadic blues troubadour Eugene 'Hideaway' Bridges delivers a celebration of American Blues Music that is a joy to behold. He's one of the finest soul/blues/gospel singer/ songwriting guitarists you'll come across. Eugene is a man blessed with a level of talent and craftsmanship far beyond his years and is the man who "really could be God's gift to the future of the blues." - Juke Blues.Tickets $38 Deborah Conway is recognised as one of the country's most articulate and individual voices, with a career that has encompassed recording, performing and writing songs for over 20 years. Tickets $40 Paul Green has worked with some of the worlds most respected artists, including Rob Hirst and Jim Moginie from Midnight Oil, Ani Difranco, Patty Griffin and Alvin Youngblood-Hart. He is also the new front man for Australian pub rock icons SpyV Spy. Tickets $27 top sho s at m ton theatre Deborah Conway and Willy Zygier. Paul Greene. Opposite Milton Post Office Open Sat, Sun and everyday during school holidays from 10-4pm All works for sale. Presented by Millhouse Art Society VISIT THE GALLERY Millhouse Courtyard Gallery 2253202 Sue Briggs www.splatters.com.au www.splatters.com.au 2207958 2255989