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Trevor Hyde Exhibition at Surf Beach - 26th and 27th Nov

If you happen to be cruising by Surf Beach this weekend be sure to drop by to the exhibition of Trevor Hyde on Saturday -Sunday 26th and 27th Nov Weekend show only. Ian Campbell of About Regional writes Trevor Hyde's life and his eye for landscapes, buildings and life by the sea, have been marked by the artist’s distinctive brushstrokes and a gift for observing the unusual. Hyde first began his art career in New Zealand as a sign writer, quickly moving into graphic design and advertising. But it was a life changing move in the early 1970’s to found the graphic design studio 'Silver Bullet' in Sydney that cemented his place as an artist and designer on the Australian side of the Tasman Hyde produced some of the most notable Australian film posters of the time; his branding work also is at play today in some of Australia’s most iconic logos including BONDS, Oz Lotto, Man and His Van, and the National Film And Sound Archive - amongst others. His career as a painter took off as the studio closed. Decades on, Hyde has settled into a seaside suburb of the #Eurobodalla, not unlike the one he grew up in. He paints from his home studio and from a carefully packed suitcase of paints when he travels interstate or overseas. Trevor has exhibited widely in #Sydney and #NewZealand and this weekend only at 39 Ocean Ave Surf Beach, between 10 and 4.

#Arts #whatson

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