Adding to the vibrant art scene in Geelong this month is the collaborative exhibition of Libbet Loughnan and Camilla Walford.
The exhibition is held in newly established Coach House Gallery. With a beautifully organic and floral influence from its parent store Chirnside Flowers, the Coach House is a creative space open to all artists and exhibitors. The owner, Judy Chirnside, is excited to be presenting two such prestigious artists in her gallery.
Loughnan’s artwork and sculptures have a strong undertone of family celebrating childhood with a warm Australian aesthetic. Her works are internationally acclaimed and have featured in collections across the globe, including in the USA, Hong Kong, Mexico, Italy and Thailand. Her solo shows have led her and her bold works to New York City and the Philippines.
Walford is a Melbourne artist who uses watercolours to produce stunning artworks inspired by aerial photography. Drawing from photographers such as Tommy Clarke, David Maisel and Gray Malin, Walford interprets their images into her signature style. Her artworks are completed on cold press watercolour paper.
Work from both artists are currently on display for the art lovers, with humble celebrations beginning at The Coach House on the exhibition’s opening night last Sunday (October 29).
The exhibition will be running at The Coach House Gallery until November 25.