Stroll down Mary Street and you’ll observe a streetscape of late Victorian buildings, some dating back to the 1880s.
A six-week workshop will be facilitated by the internationally renowned, Miriam Innes. Known for her large-scale, hyper-realistic charcoal sketches of the built environment, Miriam draws attention to the often neglected details found in suburban structures.
You’ll take a closer examination of architectural features, materials and structures, challenging you to rethink the beauty and rich complexity which is often overlooked.
Starting April 17, your completed work will be mounted and exhibited at the Gallery in July.
Bookings are essential and fees apply, call 5481 0733 for more information.