The art exhibition Unveiled unveiled it’s wares on the 17th of March at Wallarobba Arts and Cultural Centre in Hornsby. Showcasing the art works from four talented local artists, Catherine Brown, Therese Wilkins, Vladimir Pavlovic and Eva Molnar, Unveiled displays an exhibition full of introspection, exploration and passion. Vladimir Pavlovic’s photography was very interesting indeed, as an extreme close-up study of the microworld; of feathers, seedpods, bird’s nests and lotus flowers. He seems to capture and magnify beauty with effortless wonder and focus. Adding to the diverse collection are pieces of printwork and scultpure by Eva Molnar- a truly professional array of modern art. A theme present in her work delved into interesting recollections of her childhood in Hungary, the expression of her art undertook a childlike naivety in stroke and style, while her approach was of the utmost professional quality. Miniature printmaking, reflections of nature and collage were among the rest of the collection, and they really identifed the stages of the process of each art medium with creative innovation and precision.
Wallarobba is a new addition to the Arts and Cultural precinct in Hornsby Shire and is a wonderfully apt venue for an art exhibiton of this ilk and size. As an old heritage house, the venue has been refurbished for public access and council use and is very conveniently located next to a family friendly park- a short stroll from Westfield Hornsby.
Unveiled is open from Wednesdays to Sundays from 10am-5pm until the 24th of March and is really worth viewing.
For more informations, please visit- http://www.artnewsportal.com.au/art-news/unveiled