An Intimate Immersion in the Art & Nature of John Wolseley

Photo of artist John Wolseley infront of one of his famous landscape paintings

We are honoured to host “An Intimate Immersion in the Art & Nature of John Wolseley” with the artist himself, one of Australia’s most important and acclaimed nature inspired artists.

For over four decades, John’s profound connection to the Australian wilderness has delivered an array of works, merging his expertise in drawing, printmaking, installation, and watercolour. His immersive journey has woven a legacy surrounding the sensitive beauty of ecosystems of our unique Australian landscape.

Embark on a captivating journey with an exclusive guided tour of John’s exhibition at the Bendigo Art Gallery.

Then transport yourself for a 20-minute drive to John’s private Studio nestled within the enchanting Whipstick forest, a mere 17 kilometres north of Bendigo.

Explore John’s studio at your own pace and join him for a personal tour of his captivating artworks.

Savour the music of Frances Thiele and her harp as it accompanies you throughout the day, and be captivated by a demonstration of Woodcut printing.

Enjoy lunch upon arrival to the studio, and then a delightful selection of treats and coffee before departing.

“An Intimate Immersion in the Art & Nature of John Wolseley will be available to purchase.

Tickets: $185.00 per person 

When: Saturday, October 14, 2023 9:30am

Where: Bendigo Gallery followed by John Wolseley’s Studio in Whipstick forest

Note: Tickets to this exclusive event are limited 

Purchase tickets here



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