Seaview Gallery

Seaview Gallery

Written on Thursday, November 29 2018

Seaview Gallery has a wonderful lead up to Christmas for December.

They welcome back Emma Hack with her stunning new collage work.  These works feature multi-layers of personal photos from Emma’s travels. The resulting artworks are layered with unique imagery and texture with models blended into the environments in which they interact with, sometimes exposed with pattern, or skin.

This month Seaview Gallery also introduces two new artists. Award winning Tasmanian artist Richard Stanley works in oils creating striking works of the Tasmanian landscape and seascapes. He uses sublime colors of the morning and evening, with a wonderful affinity with gentle tones and a beautiful stillness in his work.

Joanne Villanti uses beautiful handmade clay bowls to create her swimming fish.   Her art involves a long process of painting thin layers of paint between very thin layers of resin to give the illusion of a three dimensional image of fish swimming.

Seaview Gallery has endless possibilities and unusual gifts for Christmas with prices to suit all budgets.


P 5258 3645

86 Hesse St Queenscliff