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BARK Exhibition

Where
409 Victoria Ave
Chatswood NSW 2067
Australia
Art Space on The Concourse
When

Weekdays, 11am to 5pm Weekends, 11am to 4pm Wednesday 15 March 2023 to Sunday 16 April 2023 Except Friday 7 April 2023 and Monday 10 April 2023

BARK is a contemporary mixed media exhibition featuring monumental landscape paintings and expressive dog sculptures by Northern Beaches artist Col Ritchie.

Each ceramic fired hand painted dog sculpture features natural bark legs, no two sculptures are the same as each dog is unique in character and design. Landscapes are various sizes, all painted with acrylic on canvas.

An experienced visual arts teacher, Col Ritchie continues to inspire young artists through his commitment to his art making practice.

Creative Drawing and Sculpture Design workshop 11 April - sold out.

Due to popular demand another workshop may be added to the exhibition program.

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