Way To Go! Art Remembering: Warrnambool Impressions of Tom Humphrey

In 1925 a grieving widow donated art works to Victorian galleries in the hope her late husband would not be forgotten, and though that’s pretty much what  happened Warrnambool however, has a special way of remembering talented Australian Impressionist Tom Humphrey (1858-1922). Warrnambool’s Art Gallery  (WAG) is set to rehang Humphrey’s formative work The Way To School’ … More Way To Go! Art Remembering: Warrnambool Impressions of Tom Humphrey

Capturing Warrnambool is a Fine Art

The Pavilion on Warrnambool’s foreshore is the latest building to feature in local artist Tim Walker’s new piece, and the familiar figure spent this afternoon cheerfully fielding the usual curious pedestrian questions while putting finishing touches to his latest work. Interruptions are an occupational hazard when the streets are your studio but this 60 year-old artist … More Capturing Warrnambool is a Fine Art

Carol Altmann’s iconic Warrnambool…’This is home’

A new publication launched last night aims to honour iconic Warrnambool figures and landmarks before they are lost to the passage of time. ‘Warrnambool…this is home’ is resident author and editor Carol Altmann’s tribute to familiar faces and places central to Warrnambool’s identity. “Iconic figures and landmarks are so much more than just buildings and structures,’ Carol … More Carol Altmann’s iconic Warrnambool…’This is home’

Public Art Outings in Warrnambool CBD

Renowned artist David Higgins is transforming a forgotten wall in Warrnambool’s business centre into a work of art, as part of Warrnambool’s Hidden Histories Laneways Festival encouraging community engagement in the vibrant, interactive public-art experience. The blank wall in Timor Walk will be transformed by a colourful mural depicting sea-themes in an event collaboration between … More Public Art Outings in Warrnambool CBD