Annual Antipodean Art Palette to take people on art trail through Brunswick

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People are being encouraged to step into the world of art with a coffee in hand through the streets of Brunswick in Melbourne.

For two weeks only from May 30 to June 12, the Greek Australian Cultural League will be exhibiting the work of eight unique artists on 1.7 m x 2.3 m posters on various locations in Brunswick.

This is part of an easily accessible Art Trail designed to encourage new discoveries and appreciation for colour, space and line.

The Art Trail takes no more than 60 minutes to cover by foot (although lingering is actively encouraged), and will include the work of respected artists from around Australia.

“Moreland City Fairy Tales” by Kalliroe Tsiatis, oil on canvas 2022.

The eight artists on display are: Efrossini Chaniotis, Katrina Ginis, Masonik, Joy McDonald, Constantine Nicholas, James Pasakos, Kalliroe Tsiatis and Yanis.

Mediums include digital, photography, oils and acrylic paints.

Further Details:

  • Cost: Free.
  • Dates: 30 May 2022 – 12 June 2022.
  • Launch: 4 June 2022, Brunswick Business Incubator at 3pm.

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