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The premiere exhibition of Kingscliff artist John Fittell. Nomads, Nudes and Nouveau is a collection of works from John’s recent travels to Morocco, the Greek Islands and France with some alluring bodyscape images also included to showcase another of his artistic interests.

An eye-catching addition to John’s art is his exquisite framing. John chooses to frame his pieces in single, duo, triple and quad panel antique silky oak windows, gathered from renovated colonials and Queenslanders across the state. This style enhances the individual characteristics of each piece and ensures that each is exclusive and unique. It also presents more of a pictorial journey for the multi-panel pieces.

While he has achieved popular success with numerous galleries and interior designers within northern NSW, the Gold Coast and Brisbane, John is thrilled to present his first gallery collection close to home. His one-touch colour pieces of the Greek Islands are a standout.

The exhibition is on now and will run until December 31.

 

 


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