Last days to catch the Emerging Talent exhibition

Posted 13 July 2017

Ends 4pm this Sunday 16th July.

Four young Surf Coast artists have been chosen for this inaugural youth exhibition at the Surf Coast Art Space in Anglesea.

Momoko Rose, Harry McEvoy, Martha Dawson and Ned Gude have been brought to our attention in a number of ways.

Momoko is an established songwriting musician who is currently recording an album, as well as producing incredible videos on social media that include her visual art, make up skills and music.

Harry has part of his VCE Studio Art folio displayed at the National Gallery of Victoria as part of the Top Arts exhibition, as well as a couple of exhibitions at Boom Art Gallery under his belt.

Martha is producing beautiful mandala patterned artwork as well as embarking on her first year of art at university, while Ned has an eclectic style of nature inspired illustration.

These four emerging talents are being mentored through this exhibition process by local established artist, Cinnamon Stephens.

The exhibition is on over the July school holidays and is also offering creative workshops being run by local artists.

Stay up to date by liking www.facebook.com/surfcoastartspaces or by calling 0400 436 308

Pictured above is Harry, Martha and Momoko in from of Ned’s artwork. Momoko Rose (pictured in centre) is an inspiring young artist who is currently studying at Oxygen College.While she is exhibiting here at the Art Space she is also recording her first album of originals be sure to visit and see her remarkable illustrative skills show open until 4pm this Sunday 16th July.

 

 

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