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28/11/2017
Manyung ends year on a high note By Liz Rogers

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The end of the year is nigh and Manyung Gallery is set to celebrate with a wide range of wonderful art exhibited across six spaces.   See the best of contemporary art that speaks to the heart, check out what’s in store and get ready to indulge in the joy of expression at Manyung Gallery – the perfect place for purchasing the gift of art this Christmas.

Eva Armisen: On show throughout December at Manyung Mount Eliza and Manyung Flinders, this Spanish-born artist is well-known for her child-like style that viewers adore. Her works have been exhibited and collected world-wide and express the pleasure in connecting with family and the child within.

Craig Penny, Wendy Grace and Greg Mallyon: Craig is a feature artist at Sorrento and is much loved for his superb interpretations of sweeping coastal vistas and families enjoying Mornington Peninsula beaches. Manyung Gallery Group’s new gallery space at Flinders will feature Wendy and Greg throughout December. Wendy’s delicate abstract work is inspired by the colour, texture and form found in her surrounding landscapes.  Greg’s contemporary acrylic and mixed media paintings are dramatically inspired by aerial views of the world below and hang on walls of spacious abodes from Portsea to Singapore.

Philip Adams and Monica Adams: December sees the beautiful landscape and coastal creations, canvas and collage works of Philip Adams exhibited at Manyung Gallery’s Sorrento space, while Monica Adams (no relation) is part of Manyung Gallery’s Pucker Up Show in Mount Eliza in February. Both artists’ work hangs equally well in contemporary city dwellings, chic seaside homes, or professional suites and public spaces. 

Drop by to view and purchase a gift of art that can be handed down from generation to generation. The Manyung Gallery Group also offers an in-home consultation service, so getting your space looking beautiful for end-of-year celebrations is easy.

 

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