luminous the landscapes of elisabeth cummings
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The landscapes of Elisabeth Cummings are distinguished by heavily impastoed surfaces and luminous colour, whether depicting the glowing red and yellow ochres of the Pilbara region in Western Australia, the ruggedly spectacular Arkaroola ridges of the Flinders Ranges, or the sands of Elcho Island in Arnhem Land. Memories of her travels across Australia are distilled and brought to life in the sanctuary of her bush studio at Wedderburn on Sydney’s outskirts. The exhibition features works from the past three decades from public & private collections.
- Between Saturday 07 January and Sunday 12 February from 11.00 to 17.00
Hours: Tuesday – Sunday 11am-5pm
Closed Mondays & Public Holidays
S.H. Ervin Gallery (National Trust Centre), Watson Road (entry from Argyle Street ) The Rocks 2000 Venue details
Children under 12 free
S.H. Ervin Gallery
How to get to this event:
Bus: routes, 308, 339, 343, X43 & X39, 431, 432, 433, 434 all terminate at Argyle Street . Walk up Watson Road , Observatory Hill and follow the signs. Train: to Wynyard or Circular Quay
Ferry: to Circular Quay and proceed as above
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S.H. Ervin Gallery (National Trust Centre), Watson Road (entry from Argyle Street ) The Rocks 2000