Harbour views: by Nick Hollo

Nick Hollo draws everywhere he goes: usually somewhere along the coast between Bondi and Coogee, on the harbour from a ferry or at a beach. He has had ten solo exhibitions since 2000. Nick is also an architect and urban designer who works at the Sydney Harbour Federation Trust, and his oil pastel pictures have appeared in many of its publications.

Nick's exhibition of paintings of Sydney's harbour foreshores and coastline, held in our Members Lounge last year, was a sell-out success. He returns this year with a new exhibition that illustrates the changing character of the harbour and its many bays and headlands - from the Heads all the way up the Parramatta River. These paintings convey an appreciation of the various attributes of Sydney and its harbour: the underlying landform; the gradual transition from harbour to river; and the contrasts of bushland, urban life and remnants of industry and shipping.

All 30 works in the show will be available for purchase through the HHT Members office.

Members Lounge, The Mint | Thursday 24 July to Friday 24 October 2008 | Free

24 July 2008 - 24 October 2008
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