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South Coast Leisure Times : Summer 2013-14
www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au South Coast 13 an arts celebration While at Stanwell Park, don't miss visiting Articles Fine Art Gallery, owned by John and FrancesVander. John has been a full time artist for more than 33 years and has won many awards. His art work is represented in leading Australian galleries as well as in private collections here and overseas. JohnVander has been accepted as a Fellow of the Australian Institute of History and Arts (FAIHA) in recognition of his extensive contribution to the Austrlian art industry. John's works can be seen on permanent display at Articles Fine Art Gallery where visitors can also admire quality and excellence in paintings, pottery, glass and sculptures. The gallery houses a mixed display of works by more that 40 artists, including Gary Laird, Kevin Best, Richard Bogusz, David Boyd, David Brayshaw, Robert Dickerson. Peter Fennell, Norman Lindsay and Max Mannix to name a few. For their summer exhibition, the gallery has added a selection of new works by some of Australia's most collectable artists and new talent from around the country.You will find plenty of affordable opportunities to add extra character to your home. More details see pages 8 and 9. While admiring the art, it pays to admire the beauty of Stanwell Park itself, which, over the centuries has attracted artists worldwide to admire the spectacular natural beauty. Arts / Stanwell Park a vibrant atmosphere After years travelling the world, painting, surfing and learning, artist Matthew Gillette returned to his beloved south coast of NSW to pursue his vision to open and curate his own gallery and also exhibit works by emerging south coast artists. His goal as curator was to create an informal gallery space that you can enjoy, roam freely in, chat about the art, laugh, sit, ponder, Art is to be e j y loved, hated, stared at and gotten lost in and to inspire and provoke emotion and contribute to the character of any home. The combination of the Gallery in the Scarborough Hotel with its astounding views, vibrant atmosphere, modern healthy menu and real coffee create one of the best relaxing and unique destinations on the coast. WIN, WIN, WIN! WIN, WIN, WIN! To celebrate this exciting exhibition, the NationalGallery of Australia is offering readers the chance to win double passes to the 'Gold and the Incas -- Lost Worlds of Peru' exhibition. Simply wite your name, address and phone number on the back of an envelope and mail to: 'Gold and the Incas' c/-South Coast Leisure Times Magazine, Po Box 210, Ulladulla NSW, 2539. Or enter online at ww.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au Winners will be notified. Entries close Feb 28, 2014 LTPM/13/00383 self portrait gold and the incas Gold and the Incas --the National Gallery of Australia's blockbuster summer exhibition -- takes visitors inside the fascinating world of ancient Peru. On exhibition in Canberra only from December 6 until April 21, 'Gold and the Incas' Lost worlds of Peru is the most important sur vey of Peruvian art ever staged in Australia and reveals the splendour of ancient cultures, giving audiences the drama and beauty of the famous Incan empire and its predecessors. The exhibition features more than 200 works of art, from intricate jewellery, elaborate embroidered and woven cloths to breathtakingly sophisticated ceramic sculptures and scintillating gold pieces made to decorate the nobility in life and in death. For more than 2,000 years before the Spanish came to Peru, great cultures rose and fell, were conquered by others or absorbed into them. Almost every artefact that sur vives was buried with their owners, to be re-discovered in modern times. In the last 100 years there have been extraordinary archaeological finds. The popular Yulgilbar Family Activity Room at the gallery will be extended within the exhibition with fun and educational activities created for children 3-12 years. Visit Canberra this summer and discover the lost treasures of Peru and uncover the mysteries of the Incas.Tickets are now on sale throughTicketek. art • food • spectacular views at the Scarborough Hotel 353 Lawrence Hargrave Dr, Scarborough p: 4267 5444 matthewgillettgallery.com / scarboroughhotel.com.au facebook.com/MatthewGillettGalleryAtScarboroughHotel Open 7 days from 9am to 4pm [ FOSTERED ] 332372698