The Basil Sellers Exhibition Space (BAS) presents: “The Collector and The Alchemist”
Above: A peek view of some of the artwork inside
With less than one week remaining to see “The Collector and The Alchemist”, visitors will have to hurry to experience this eclectic art exhibition.
Long Beach artists Paul Dimmer and Carmel Cox have spent the last 18 months preparing this playful exhibition. The exhibition opened two weeks ago and already 2,594 people have been through.
On arrival to the Basil Sellers Exhibition Space (BAS), visitors will be greeted out the front by one of Paul Dimmer’s sculptures “Boy Racers 4”.
As you ascend the steps to the Moruya Library, you will once again be greeted by a grouping of five “Edge Dwellers” sitting amongst the native gardens. This is the first time artwork has creeped outside of the BAS and into the surrounding landscape.
Once inside the gallery, the public will be delighted with the quirky and magical sculptures and paintings. Many visitors have described their visit as an “Alice in Wonderland” experience.
Open daily from 10am to 4pm, the exhibition closes at 4pm on Sunday 8 March.