Painting ocean scenes is a great love of Philip Adams. With the ability to use drone based photography in a new series under development for exhibition later this year Philip has been panting costal scenes from above the cliffs of Sydney’s rocky cost lines. This Bondi panting is 96cm by 102 cms as Philip explores larger and large sizes with greater detail.
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Nobbies, Galahs and Agapanthus
A new exhibtion and a brand new collection of magnificent paintings from Philip Adams called, ‘Views to Westernport’.
The exhibition opening is on Saturday December 19 from 11am at Manyung Gallery Flinders!
1/37 Cook St
FLINDERS, VIC 3929
With a year of work by Philip Adams he explores the interaction between sea and land.
At Qdos Fine Arts in Lorne this exhibition will be open from 3rd to 15th of February
In recent months Philip Adams has been focused in the studio on larger works. These two new acrylic on canvas works are both 1.8m wide x 1.2m high and rich in amazing detail.
View to Coast
Direct from the easel to exhibition this great artwork by Philip Adams is currently on show at the Under the Sky exhibition in Maryborough.
Central Goldfields Art Gallery
12th May to 17th June
Old Fire Station
Neill Street, Maryborough.
Ph: 03 5460 4588
Gallery Hours: Thursday to Sunday 10.00 – 4.00pm
Philip Adams & Paul Waycott
Floating Across Land and Sea
Saturday 30th December to 8th January
For the past twelve-months these artists have spent time on both sides of the Bay reflecting, considering and creating their art.
Philip Adams believes “it is important to reflect the meaning of a location – each vista is full of untold mysteries and beauty”, a belief beautifully captured in his Peninsula series.
Paul’s work engages the viewer to come on a journey with him and find the connection with light and shade and it’s effect on the sky and water at different times of the day.