Transformations: Art of the Scott Sisters
228 Pacific Highway Swansea NSW 2281, Swansea, NSW, 2281
This exhibition tells the story of Harriet and Helena Scott, two of 19th-century Australia’s most prominent natural history illustrators. Exhibition runs from Saturday 8 June until Sunday 21 July at SEEN@SWANSEA . Gold coin entry.
Love the exhibition? Join one of our workshops.
Water Colour Wonderland : Create a beautiful artwork using water-based materials while being inspired by the exhibition.
Wednesday 17 July
Suitable for ages 6-10 years
Tickets $15 per person, includes all materials
Bookings Essential : https://watercoloursseen.eventbrite.com.au
Watercolour Workshop: Natural History Illustration with Artist Tanya Hoolihan. Illustrate a small plate in a style reminiscent of the Scott sisters work. Learning about colour mixing and matching, glazing, and dry brush. Gain an understanding of capturing the true character of an object in your illustration and the essential elements of natural history illustration.
Friday 19 July
Suitable for 16+
Bookings essential, $20 per person, includes all materials
Art of the Scott Sisters After Hours: Get to know Australia’s most prominent 19th century natural history illustrators, Harriet and Helena Scott over a glass of wine, cheese, live music and while sketching some of your own butterflies.
Friday 19 July
5pm – 8pm
Doors open 5pm. Refreshments and live music till 8pm
Bookings essential, Gold coin entry https://scottsistersafterhours.eventbrite.com.au
Butterflies and Bushland : Learn how a modern Landcare group, Kooragang Landcare Volunteers, use Helena Scott’s botany work from 1862 to re-establish habitat areas. Presented by Julia Brougham and Cherylanne Bailey long time volunteers and planters on Ash Island and Friends of The Schoolmaster’s House Inc.
Monday 1 July
Bookings essential, free