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Archive of events presented during 2010 by
Uniting Arts Toorak   in   Kinross House

Third Tuesday
of each
12 noon

Drop-in Scrabble

Meets in Kinross House every 3rd Thursday at 12 midday (following Morning Group). Participants will play a game, then have lunch and after lunch play again. Cost $6 includes coffee. Lunch is available from the Kafé Kinross. For more information please phone David Smith on 9415 8623 or Andrew Blackburn on 9829 0340
Last Monday
of each
7:00 - 9:30 pm

Writers Workshop

Join our new Writers Workshop in Kinross House. Here is an opportunity to develop your writing skills in a supportive environment.
7 Days
8am to 4pm

 manna Cafe

manna – Cafe and Bakery

Manna - organic foods, sophisticated healthy foods - fresh foods daily! Soup, salads, sandwiches and a couple of warm meals, cakes, homemade jams and breakfast - organic juice, toasts etc, organic coffee, fresh fruit, salad, top quality ingredients.
If you plan to come to lunch, it may be wise to book as more and more people from the local community learn about Manna.

Thu, 4 Feb
Sun, 7 Mar

Artful Music and Musical Art : Synesthetic Art – Tracey Roberts

 Link to www.traceyroberts.com.au Tracey Roberts is a visual artist as well as an accomplished singer-songwriter, musician and performing artist.

Her collection of artwork, entitled Resonance, is a limited edition series of prints.
They are original, hand-drawn black and white illustrations which have been digitally coloured and embellished to create rich, vibrant and sensuous visual interpretations of the various effects created by different genres of music as well as particular musical instruments.
Her work is also an exploration into the intriguing world of those gifted with music-colour synesthesia.

Synesthesia is a neurological condition in which one sense involuntarily invokes another sense - in Tracey's case, she sees colours and shapes when she hears music.

Many people are synesthetic to a greater or lesser extent - and most do not realize that have this quality of perception. Tracey reflects this through visual art, colouring the images to that which she 'sees' in her music.

Accompanying this most interesting and vibrantly colourful art, will be a series of workshops, concerts, talks and information sessions that will encourage people to understand how they perceive art, and music - perhaps in quite new ways.

The exhibition will include a number of performances by this very talented musician/artist and some of her friends.

Launched on 4th February 7:30 - 9:30pm Tracey introduced her work and music with 15 - 20 min interactive performance.
Sun, 7 Feb

Art and Synesthesia - Cafe Discussion – Tracey Roberts

Wed, 10 Feb
1:00 pm

Lunch concert - with didgeridoo player STAX – in Kinross Houses

Tracey Roberts (keys/vocals), STAX (didgeridoo) - well known 'hills performer' and presenter in schools. Kids encouraged (with parents)
Tickets: $10/$5,   Enquires: Kinross House – 9829 0340.
Fri, 19 Feb
11:00 am

Art and Synesthesia - Cafe Discussion – Tracey Roberts

Sun, 21 Feb

"Window Songs" Concert – Tracey Roberts

The "Window Songs" concert in the church will be especially unique as Tracey will be playing the grand piano, singing songs and playing music which interpret the stories and colours of the stained glass windows of Toorak Uniting Church. Improvised music based on stories of the church stained glass windows.
Fri, 26 Feb
11:00 am

Art and Synesthesia - Cafe Discussion – Tracey Roberts

Sun, 28 Feb
5 - 7 pm

Jazz in the Garden – The Tracey Roberts Quartet

Food, wine and music in the beautiful garden surrounds of Kinross House. Come for a wonderful evening's entertainment.   Tickets $20/$15.   Enquires: Kinross House – 9829 0340.

Thu, 11 Mar
Sun, 28 Mar
Daily 10 - 4

'Pommes' - an exhibition of oils and jewellery – Carole Moffat

 braeburn - 75 x 75cm, oil on canvas Original pieces of jewellery and paintings by English Artist Carole Moffat. Fantastic accessories and jewellery pieces, with joyful paintings will be a treat to the eye!
Opening: Thursday, 11 March 7:30 - 9:30pm   Enquires:- Kinross House – 9829 0340.
Fri, 12 Mar
7:30 pm

Italian Guitarist Massimo Scattolin with Jo Beaumont (violin)

The Italian Institute of Culture and Kinross House are delighted to present a concert by Italian guitarist Massimo Scattolin and renowned violinist Jo Beaumont (artistic director - Orchestra Victoria). The programme will feature music by composers such as Niccolò Paganini, Daniel Fortea, Isaac Albeniz, Massimo Scattolin, and Astor Piazzolla.
Sun, 21 Mar
5:00 pm

Toorak Vocal Quartet

 Toorak Vocal Quartet Music on the theme of love as it might have been performed at home around the piano.
Lee Abrahmsen - soprano,
Catriona DeVere - mezzo-soprano,
David Campbell - tenor,
Antony Ransome - baritone
Janet Gibbs and Roger King - piano accompaniments & piano four hands.

MozartNocturnes for three voices:

Mi lagnero tacendoI yearn silently for you despite your refusal; what have I done to harm you?

Ecco quel fiero istanteNow is the moment when I must leave you.


Erste BegegnungI come from the rosebush, mother... A boy there gave me these roses.

Ich denke deinWherever I am I think of you.

Er und sieWhatever there is around me, I have eyes only for you.

Ländliches LiedMay, the time of primulas, cherry-blossom, a tipple and dancing in red shoes...

Schubert Fantasie Op. 103 in F minor D. 940for piano four hands

Vaughan Williams   Two songs from The House of Life:

Silent noon

BrittenDuet: Underneath the Abject Willow

BrahmsLiebeslieder Waltzes Op. 52

Lee Abrahmsengraduated from the University of Melbourne with an honours degree in Music Performance and a Diploma of Education. After commencing vocal lessons with Margaret Haggart she travelled to Florence, Italy for an intensive course of study with Maestro Antonio Moretti-Pananti. Lee was invited to audition personally for the Juilliard Opera Center in New York and subsequently was offered a place and performance opportunities in the Daniel Ferro Program and Festival in Italy. Lee has received a variety of singing awards, winning the Austral Salon National Scholarship and appearing as a finalist in the Herald Sun Aria, Covent Garden National Studio Scholarship, German Operatic Award and the Australian Youth Aria. Operatic roles include: Mimi in La Boheme, Kate Pinkerton in Madama Butterfly, Nursing Sister in Suor Angelica, Michaela in Carmen, Zerlina in Don Giovanni and Adele in Die Fledermaus for Melbourne Opera Company along with roles for many other companies here and abroad.

Catriona DeVerehas performed as a soloist with the Victoria State Opera, Opera Factory and Opera Australia. She has recently returned to Melbourne from Canberra, where she performed as a soloist with various groups including the Wesley Music Foundation, ACT Lieder Society, SCUNA and the Canberra Choral Society. Catriona's operatic roles include "Hecate" in Bookworm: Adventures on the internet, "Moo Moo" in The Bitter Curse of Baggle Crunch, "Mrs Crankshaw" in Ride, Ride, "Tatyana" in Eugene Onegin, the cover of "Manon" in Manon Lescaut, "Fiordiligi" in Cosi fan tutte and the title role in Suor Angelica. Her recitals include solos in: Fauré Requiem, Handel Messiah, Strauss Four Last Songs, Mozart Requiem, Mozart Coronation Mass, Mozart Mass in C minor, Haydn Lord Nelson Mass, Haydn Creation and Brahms German Requiem. Catriona is currently teaching singing at M.L.C.

David CampbellIs a graduate of the University of Melbourne where he worked actively with the University's Opera Program and upon completing his degree has performed as a soloist with a wide range of theatre groups and choral societies including the Gilbert and Sullivan Society, Melbourne Opera and Savoy Opera Company. Most recently, David featured as the tenor soloist for "At Day's Dusk End" (2007), a concert series of English Art Song which included works by composers such as Vaughan Williams, John Rhapsody and Madeline Dring. He enjoyed singing the Defendant in Savoy Opera's Trial by Jury, Luiz in The Gondoliers (Savoy, 2005), Fairfax in Yeomen of the Guard (Savoy, 2005) and Mr Box in Cox and Box (Savoy, 2006), but other works where he had a major solo role include Matthew Hindson's Love Death Music and Plants (Botanic Gardens, 2004), Irene Vella's 1975 (Melbourne Workers' Theatre, 2004) and Handel's Messiah (Castlemaine Festival, 2005). He is currently tenor soloist for the St. Josephs Collegium and is an active performer with "After '5' Musicians ©"

Antony Ransomestudied at Melbourne University. After a period as a diplomat and teacher, he turned to a singing career, performing with orchestras like the New Philharmonia, the English Chamber Orchestra and the Prague Radio Symphony and participating in the Bath, Harrogate, Aldeburgh, Spitalfields and Covent Garden Festivals among others. He has appeared frequently on radio and television and in cathedrals, concert halls and opera houses throughout Europe. He founded the Wren Consort for performances and recordings of baroque cantatas and has sung over sixty roles in the operatic baritone repertory. He has been a teacher of singing since 1973.

Janet Gibbs FRCOborn and educated in New Zealand, came to Melbourne in 1998. She was already much sought after in NZ as organ recitalist, solo pianist and accompanist. She was Director of Music at St James church Lower Hutt for 10 years and also contract organist with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra. After numerous other engagements, she is now Director of Music at St Mark's Fitzroy and is active as accompanist and teacher of piano, organ and theory. Her accompaniment CDs for students are available from www.PianoPlus123.com.au.

Roger Kingstudied medicine at Cambridge University and music composition at Hull University. He has composed many pieces for piano, and is sought after as a choir accompanist here in Melbourne. He is a Medical Practitioner and former Associate Professor in the Medical Faculty at Monash University.
Thu, 29 Apr
Sun, 16 May

 Chairs and Umbrellas - Have a look at www.rmatear.com.au now

'A day at the beach'Rick Matear

An exhibition of paintings in oil by this well known local artist.
Launch: Thursday, 29 April 7:30 - 9:30pm
Enquires:- Kinross House – 9829 0340.
Mon, 17 May
Wed, 26 May

 Lilia and Valentin Varetsa

Lilia & Valentin Varetsa

- see the work of two of our resident artists. Beautiful colourful illustrations in watercolour and oils.
Enquires:- Kinross House – 9829 0340.
Fri, 28 May
Sat, 29 May
9am to 7pm

'Beautiful Things' – Jill Nazur

A return to Kinross for 2 days only - Jill Nazar - Beautiful things - fine scarves, in NZ possum wool and more. This was a very well received presentation last year and we are very pleased that Jill is returning again in 2010. With the anticipated popularity of this show, the gallery will be open for extended hours on these days.
Enquires:- Kinross House – 9829 0340.
Thu, 3 Jun
Sun, 13 Jun

Watercolours of Ted Dansey

 Ted Dansey Ted is General Manager of the Victorian Artists Society, a member of the Watercolour Society of Victoria and Hobson's Bay Art Society.
He has been a practising artist for most of his life, being one of the lucky people who managed to combine his artistic talents with work, having worked as a Ticket writer and Graphic Designer/illustrator with key roles as Creative Director/Senior Designer with the State Government of Victoria - 21 years including 4 years in the Premiers Private Office before being sort after as Production Manager/Art Director for a leading Victorian Media Company. Ted studied watercolours with David Taylor in the early nineties. Watercolour has since remained his favored medium.
Wed, 16 Jun
Sun, 11 Jul

Outback Aboriginal Art

This show by well-known Melbourne Indigenous Art Gallerist Jennifer Dudley will focus on very affordable works by well respected, increasingly collectable artists.
The artist are: Barbara Weir,   Christine Petersen Nungala,   Colleen Wallace Nungarrayi,   Emily Pwerle,   Galya Pwerle,   Glenys Gibson Napaltjarri,   Gloria Tamerre Petyarre,   Jillian Giles Napanangha,   Lena Pwerle,   Mitjili Napurrula,   Nanyuma Napangati,   Reyula Putungka Napanangka,   Ronnie Tjampitjinpa,   Sarrita King,   Susan Gibson Napaltjarri, and Trevor 'Turbo' Brown.
This is an exhibition that we hope will help bring our community together - encouraging congregation and Stonnington community members to meet and creatively interact. Just about all works below $1000.
Thu, 15 Jul
Sun, 8 Aug

 Artists In Residence - An Exhibition of Recent Works

Artists In Residence – An Exhibition of Recent Works

A joint exhibition by the artists of Kinross. Here you will be able to see work being produced in Kinross House. This is one of the hidden activities which are occurring everyday right on our doorstep - or overhead! Works by Katsuya,   Jane Creenaune,   Amelia Lackmann,   Roz Mortimore,   Slema Oxborough and Lil and Val Varetsa.
(forward notice too of an open studio day on Sunday October 17 where you will be invited to view the working environments of our artists
Launch: Thursday, 15 July from 6pm.

 Artists In Residence - Lilia and Val Varetsa Here is some information about Lilia and Val Varetsa. Lilia and Valentin emphasize simple pleasures and inspirational messages through their paintings. Their goal as an artist is to touch people of all faiths, bring peace and joy into their lives, and inspire people to create their own place of refuge. Place of refuge - a place where the transient things of life give way to the things that matter most. A place which focuses on faith and family, a loving home and the people who know and love us - a place where the light of love shines most brightly. It is always difficult to present serious ideas in an art context. Lilia and Valentin make use of the symbol to their paintings. The symbol of idyllic subjects such as gardens, flowers. The beauty of nature is the peaceful and inspiring themes. The lotus flower comes out of the dirty mud under the water yet they still keep their pureness, freshness and beauty. Lilia and Valentin have worked together for a long time, bringing beauty and power of realities to realities of art through the images they create. Lilia's and Valentin's artworks are held in collections at the National Museum in Belarus and Ukraine, National Library of Belarus, National Congress Library of USA, University of Rome in Italy and in private collections in Australia and around the world.

 Link to Katsuya's website  Katsuya Information about Katsuya. Described by one critic as 'the painter's painter'. "Katsuya was born in Kyoto, and after initial training there, completed his study in Paris. The range of his work includes gentle and incredibly evocative landscapes, such as that pictured, religious themes and portraits. His work is in private and public collections in such diverse places as Australia, Ireland, or India. Katsuya's art philosophy is well described by as "...inspiring, one who transforms the world with their creativity, their good hearts and their positive thinking" Greg Roberts Website.
Sun, 18 Jul
12 Noon

The Kinetica – Coffee Concert

After church - A new young trio 'The Kinetica' will present a 'Coffee Concert'. Their wonderful and popular progamme comprises Piano Trio by Brahms Op 8 and Beethoven Op 1 Number 1. Tickets $20 and $15. Special pricing for Friends of Kinross applies.
Thu, 12 Aug
Sun, 5 Sep

'Place' – The Second Post Card Project

This is one of our multifaith arts events of 2010. Artists from Islamic, Jewish, Christian and indigenous cultural/faith traditions have shared their thoughts about their 'place' - societal, cultural, historical, geographical with the other artists in the project. Everyone has a sense of place - geographic, social and with shared values and traditions. From these, our communities derive. The sharing of these qualities help provide each community with their identity and a form of validation. In the 2nd Postcard Project artists Sarrita King (indigenous), Abdul Abdullah (Muslim), Katsuya (Christian) and Shoshanna Jordan (Jew) shared their sense of identity as well as their personal artistic perspective on faith, community and life. Through a 'round robin', the artists created and exchanged a series of cards with the others, building a body of work which forms the substance of this exhibition. Through the eyes of each artist we perceive their sense of community, connection, as well as the feeling that the artist is always an observer - living within, but with a sense of detachment from their society. It is this, which in part, gives the artistic vision and perception its validity and authenticity.
This exhibition is curated by Andrew Blackburn (Director of Kinross House) and Jennifer Dudley (Outback Aboriginal Art)
Launched: Thursday, 12 August 7:00 - 8:30pm

Sarrita King:  Sarrita King

Sarrita King is the younger sister to fellow artist, Tarisse King and daughter to the late, highly regarded artist, William King Jungala (1966 - 2007). Sarrita inherits her Australian Aboriginality from her father who was part of the Gurindji tribe from the Northern Territory. The Gurindji tribe came to public attention during the 1960s and 1970s when members employed by the Wave Hill cattle station led a landmark case which became the first successful land rights claim in Australia. It is this same strong sense of self and pride that Sarrita embodies and it fuels her drive to paint her totemic landscape.

Sarrita spent most of her youth growing up in Darwin in the Northern Territory. Not far from where her ancestors inhabited, it is here that her connection to her Aboriginality and subsequently the land was able to grow. Her exposure to the imperious weather and extreme landscape has provided the theme for her works of art, since she began painting at age 16. Rolling sand hills, cracking lightning and thunderstorms, torrential rain, fire, desert and tangled bush are all scathing environmental factors that shaped her forefather's lives and also her own. Depicting these elements in her paintings, Sarrita provides a visual articulation of the earth's language.

Stylistically, Sarrita utilises traditional Aboriginal techniques such as 'dotting' but also incorporates unorthodox techniques inherited from her late father, as well as self-developed practices. Her art is a fusion of the past, present and future and represents the next generation of artists who have been influenced by both their indigenous history, and current Western upbringing. Sarrita creates frenetic energy on the canvas with her Lightning series and searing heat with her Fire series. Her aesthetic has a universal appeal and provides an entry point for people to experience the power and uniqueness of the Australian landscape and its harsh climate. On a world scale, her depictions couldn't be more seasonable and well-timed.

 'Southern Cross' by Abdul Abdullah Abdul Abdullah

Abdul graduated in 2008 from Curtin University and now works and lives in Melbourne, Victoria. In 2009 Abdul received the Highly Commended in the NYSPP at the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra and was named a Perth Rising Star by Insite Magazine. "The image is really strong and the painting is beautiful", [Stuart Bailey] said. "It has a real power due to its understatement and the ambiguous pose of the subject, who is casually scratching his beard while wearing a crown. For Abdullah, it's a bit of rejection of the popular understanding of an Australian identity."

"Painting is the best thing in the world. There is nothing I enjoy more. When I'm painting the room could be on fire and I wouldn't care. I don't know if my works will ever affect people or change anyone, but I'll do it anyway, for the rest of my life." Abdul Abdullah

 Katsuya - The Keys of Heaven - Charcoal on Paper

Katsuya was described by one critic as 'the painter's painter'. "Katsuya was born in Kyoto, and after initial training there, completed his study in Paris. The range of his work includes gentle and incredibly evocative landscapes, such as that pictured, religious themes and portraits. His work is in private and public collections in such diverse places as Australia, Ireland, or India. Katsuya's art philosophy is well described by as "...inspiring, one who transforms the world with their creativity, their good hearts and their positive thinking" Greg Roberts Website.

 Shoshanna Jordan Shoshanna Jordan

Jordan says her photos, taken with her trusty Hasselblad camera, capture the "diversity of belonging". Her works capture the sense of belonging she finds in her very local area - around Carlisle Street in St Kilda. "It's a small area that so many people call home," Jordan said.

Wed, 8 Sep
Sun, 3 Oct

 Stitches & Strokes

Stitches & Strokes – Lyn Guy, Margaret Craven and Bridgette Frawley

Three textile (mostly) artists Lyn Guy, Margaret Craven and Bridgette Frawley present a collection of their works. This will be similar in style and diversity to the wonderful Miegunyah exhibition held last year.
Sun, 3 Oct

 Harmonic Explorations

Harmonic Explorations music by Ron Nagorcka

Works for organ, dijeridu, synthesizer, flutes and clarinet by Ron Nagorcka. With Ron Nagorcka, (composer, synthesizer, dijeridu), Andrew Blackburn (organ), Karlin Love (clarinet) and Jean Penny (flutes). Works include the very popular Tasmanian Toccata. This is a preview concert to the one being held in Tasmania the following week.
Bookings and enquiries: 0412 221 954. Admission $25 & $20.
Tue, 5 Oct

 Garden with Ivy, Carmelite Monastery - Katsuya

Soli Deo Gloria – an exhibition of paintings by Katsuya

Join us for drinks and light refreshments with the artist. Please note, only selected works will be available for purchase.
Address by Terence Lane
One night only: 6-8pm Tuesday, 5 October or by appointment 9827 0777.

"The aim and final end of all music should be none other than the glory of God and the refreshment of the soul." - J.S. Bach

Soli Deo Gloria (SDG) is one of the five solas put forward to summarise the basic beliefs of the Reformation. The loose translation from Latin is: to the Glory of God alone - implying that everything one does is for God's glory, rather than self-glorification or pride. Indeed, to signify a deep devotion and desire to serve God through music, the great Baroque composers Johann Sebastian Bach and George Frideric Handel often appended the initials SDG to the end of their scores and manuscripts.

Similarly, Katsuva wishes to relinquish 'ownership' when he paints; to allow God's glory to manifest itself upon the canvas; to seek and experience spirituality through the process of rendering his subject. For he finds his God in the wind and rain, in the way a garden grows (tended or wild) and the butterfly dance that accompanies. He finds his God in a lettuce, a potato, a mushroom or a bunch of grapes upon the small table in his studio, and when he paints his carefully chosen subjects to represent a Holy Figure or Saint.

Meister Echart said; "He who would be serene and pure needs but one thing - detachment", but Katsuya takes this further in his quest to find the ground of being through his art. By way of his devotions and contemplation, by living fully and loving effusively, by disengaging the ego and being who he really is, Katsuya's paintings become an affirmation of life's spiritual dimension.
James Widdowson 2010.
Thu, 7 Oct
Sun, 31 Oct
Daily 10am - 4pm

 Josephine Nangala

Continuum – exhibition celebrating Indigenous Culture

Recent works from the Central and Western Desert.
Mimih sculptures, Bark paintings and fibre art from Maningrida will be on display.
Launch: Thursday, 7 October, 7pm to 9pm with guest speaker Hon Barry Jones.

 link to www.outback-aboriginal-art.com
Sun, 17 Oct
11am - 3pm

Artists Open Day

The artists' studios will be open to the public between 11am & 3pm. This is an opportunity for you to meet the artists who are working all around us. You can talk to them about their work and also purchase artworks.
Mon, 18 Oct

 Stitches & Strokes

Forme Uiche

To celebrate the 2010 Week of Italian Language throughout the world during the month of October, the Italian Institute of Culture will sponsor an international competition and workshop for composers. Twelve internationally selected composers will workshop new pieces for organ, flute and piano. Some will be selected for performances in Melbourne and Adelaide. The Melbourne performances will take place at the Iwaki Auditorium, Toorak Uniting Church and Elder Hall in Adelaide. There will be a number of public events to which you will be invited.
Fri, 5 Nov
Fri, 12 Nov
Daily 10am - 5pm
Gallery 1

 Wendy Crombie and Diana Hone

The Design Duo – Wendy Crombie and Diana Hone

Two sisters come together for one exhibition.
Wendy Crombie and Diana Hone invite you, your friends and family to an exhibition of Wendy's Jewellery and Diana's paintings.
The launch will be on Friday, 5 November at 6:30pm.
Fri, 5 Nov
Fri, 12 Nov
Daily 10am - 5pm
Gallery 2

 Felicity Dalgleish

Felicity Dalgleish

I have made art in various media all my life & hold a Dip of Art., and a Grad Dip Fine Art.
I exhibited my art jewellery worldwide, and have pieces in the National Gallery of Victoria. Making art is something I feel compelled to do and I have been showing paintings now for 3 years. My paintings are inspired by the Australian landscape, although they are not site specific. My trees are metaphors for life, death and renewal. The Edge of Illusion series show distant horizons, allowing the imagination freedom to explore and create fresh ideas. These paintings represent a metaphysical journey into the unknown.

The launch will be on Friday, 5 November at 6:30pm
Thu, 18 Nov
Sun, 5 Dec

 Lilia and Val Varetsa

Symphony of Light and FlowersLilia & Valentin Varetsa

(Artists in residence in Kinross House) Lilia and Val are both internationally acclaimed artists. Having trained in Europe, since 1966 both artists have established very solid reputations as portrait painters, and children's book illustrators. Their works are now held in collections in Italy, Japan, US, and UK. Both now call Melbourne home and are developing a strong local following. We are very pleased to have their studio in Kinross House, and have their first joint exhibition in Australia.

The launch was on Thursday, 18 November at 7:00pm.
Thu, 9 Dec
Wed, 22 Dec

 Lucille Richardson

Kin – Lucille and Maria Richardson

An exhibition of works by Lucille and Maria Richardson, these two kindred spirits join forces to create this joint show.

Lucille is a recent graduate of Film and Digital Media at Deakin University. Her photographic works explore the use of medium format film, shot with an iconic Hasselblad camera. Her images are conceptually based and take inspiration from street photography and draw from a deadpan documentary style.

 Maria Richardson Maria is about to launch into her 2nd year of Visual Arts at The Gordon Inst. Her recent paintings, drawings, and prints highlight a selection of work exploring colour, space, and line. Maria's love of art enables her, to throw herself in whole-hardly to every piece she creates.

Opening was on Thursday 9th December @ 7.30pm. Launch was by Bruce Thomas who exhibited here a couple of years ago.

Friends Of Kinross

is a group supporting the outreach goals of Kinross House. Launched at the end of 2005, we have had a great response to this group with more than 70 members.

Benefits include: Please see Andrew Blackburn or one of the Kinross House committee members for an application form.

Normal Gallery Hours:
The Gallery is open 9am – 4pm, Daily
Kinross Director, Andrew Blackburn is in the office from Wednesday to Friday. 10am - 4pm.
Kinross House enquiries and bookings: 03 9829 0340.
Mr Andrew Blackburn.
Uniting Arts Toorak,
Kinross House,
603 Toorak Road
Toorak, Victoria, 3142
(03) 9829 0340

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