The Lifestyle Collective Northern Beaches is a new collaborative warehouse space in Mona Vale which houses a unique mix of small home decor and lifestyle businesses. From July 25 to 28 it is hosting its first art exhibition based on “Humans in Conversation with Nature”. The theme, realised by a unique combination of local and international artists, will be an opportunity to explore humanity’s complex relationship with nature.
The exhibition will see artworks on display from:
Simon Barlow – realistic
Leigh Bisset – realistic and abstract
Pamela Pauline – photographic
roundnine9 – macramé/fibre
Marnie McKnight – abstract
Africanologie will be representing African photographic and sculptural artists including:
David Ballam – landscape, portrait, architecture
Graham Springer – wildlife
Richard du Toit – aerial/wildlife
Clinton Friedman – botanical
Stephen Pikus – recycled glass
“This exhibition aims to explore humanity’s interaction and relationship with nature at a grassroots level, showcasing realistic and abstract artworks, sculptures, photography and fibre art. We’re proud to be supporting some of the finest artworks from both local and South
African independent artists at The Lifestyle Collective. This is the first of many collaborative exhibitions we look forward to hosting in our unique, naturally light filled warehouse space in Mona Vale.” Lifestyle Collective Northern Beaches spokesperson Monique Ryan-Musacchio.
Open to the public from Friday 26th to Saturday 27th July, 10am - 4pm and by appointment only on Sunday 28th between 11am and 2pm.
For more information and to RSVP for the Opening Night contact: Jacqui@africanologie.com.au