Diverse exhibitions to excite the senses

Lee Bethel,   Komon     2018, watercolour on hand-cut paper, 76 x 54cm. Image courtesy the artist.

Lee Bethel, Komon 2018, watercolour on hand-cut paper, 76 x 54cm. Image courtesy the artist.

McClelland Sculpture Park+Gallery is located 45 minutes from Melbourne at the gateway to the Mornington Peninsula. With a wide-ranging collection of more than 100 sculptures, the park comprises 8ha of designed landscape and indigenous bushland. McClelland’s light-filled café overlooks the sculpture park and serves innovative dishes with delicious local produce. 

The exhibition program focuses on the development of modern sculpture and various forms of spatial practice, and encourages contemporary artists to develop and address challenging issues current in Australia and a global context. 

An exciting year of exhibitions is ahead, with contemporary watercolours, art and technology, series and narrative, and artists responding to the Bauhaus design movement. The Splash McClelland Contemporary Watercolour Award 2018 continues until March 17. Solid Light: Josef Stanislaw Ostoja-Kotkowski and Pia Van Gelder: Psychic Synth II open on April 1 and run until July 14.

These are followed by SERIAL: McClelland Collection Exhibition from July 29-November 10, then HAUS WORK: the Bauhaus in contemporary art, curated by Jane O’Neill, from November 24 to March 15, 2020.

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