On Thursday 14th July, as part of our Contemplating Art lunch series, we welcome Archibald Prize winning artist Euan Macleod, in conversation with Danny Lacy, Gallery Director of Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery.
ABOUT EUAN MACLEOD
Euan Macleod is an extraordinary painter who has exhibited widely in Australia and New Zealand. His work is represented in many private and public collections, including the National Gallery of Australia, Te Papa Tongarewa Museum of New Zealand, and the Metropolitan Museum, New York. Euan was born in Christchurch, New Zealand and currently lives and works in Sydney. His practice is studio based although his love of painting en-plain air takes him around the globe capturing all facets of life standing still.
We are thrilled to partner with the team at Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery to present a beautiful series of lunchtime events that deeply explore artists, and their art, in a relaxed environment overlooking the Montalto Sculpture Trail.
Each event will showcase a renowned artist in conversation as they discuss the artist’s background, inspiration, techniques and work (both completed and upcoming) over a long lunch in The Restaurant at Montalto.
Places are strictly limited so ensure you act fast to avoid disappointment.