The artists present at the 50th Art Show


THE 50th Anniversary of Mornington Art Show will once again feature two popular quality artists among the 700 or more paintings on display.

Yesim Gozukara finds joy and enthusiasm in creating bold, dynamic and expressive contemporary watercolor paintings. His subjects are inspired by his many travels in Australia and abroad. She uses the quality of watercolor pigments to create different texture effects. Yesim pursues his ambition and paints with passion in his Melbourne-based home studio, while simultaneously working as a senior experimental scientist for the past 30 years.

His award-winning paintings have been featured in six solo exhibitions and numerous joint exhibitions such as the National Art and Sculpture Museum, Izmir, the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne and many prestigious art exhibitions.

Mornington Art Fair is excited to be able to showcase Yesim’s work to our community

Jayne Henderson has long been associated with the beautiful scenes around the beaches and cliffs of the Mornington Peninsula. Her use of light captures the essence of the region’s natural beauty. She is passionate about the beauty of the beach and her paintings show great attention to detail and her love for the subject by the bay.

Jayne’s style is strong and vigorous, showing the influence of the Australian Impressionists she admires so much. At affordable prices, many local residents have added samples of Jayne Henderson’s work to their walls.

By popular demand, the Mornington Art Show is proud to once again exhibit the work of this fine artist.

Rotarian John Renowden said, “I think these beautiful artists will be in high demand at our Anniversary Art Show. With around 700 exhibitions, the 2022 exhibition is shaping up to be one of our best quality art exhibitions ”

The Mornington Art Show will be held at the newly constructed Studio and Community House at the corner of Wilson’s Road and Nepean Highway Mornington.

Opening night is January 20, and the show will run daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. until its last day, January 26, Australia Day.

First published in Mornington News – November 30, 2021


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