Champagne conversations with Janine Daddo
By Liz Rogers
Janine Daddo’s paintings celebrate the good things in life. Colour, form and emotion spring from this contemporary artist’s brush to tell the story of human interaction, connectivity and the understanding that life is there to be lived.
This Winter Wine Weekend, Janine will be exhibiting her ‘joie de vivre’ at the sensational Manyung Gallery in Ocean Beach Rd in Sorrento. This is the perfect space to saunter on a Sunday afternoon and get up close and personal with the artist herself, who will be there in person. Chat over nibbles and drinks about her new body of work that celebrates the beauty of the Peninsula and the life it gives its dwellers. There will be up to 15 canvases on show with titles such as So Many Wineries, So Little Time, and a central piece of Janine’s super sculpture taking pride of place — a black powder-coated steel tree of life. Meet Janine and muse on life, love and the human condition.
Janine’s work hangs in private collections across the globe including London, Los Angeles, New York, Hong Kong and Singapore, and she has just been a part of Manyung’s incredibly successful Hong Kong show. Her work is exhibited regularly and she has enjoyed sell-out exhibitions across Australia, Singapore and Chicago. Her exhibition at Manyung Gallery Sorrento is the ideal opportunity to meet a Peninsula artist of note and to purchase one of her fabulous new works that will be adored for years to come.
Preview new body of works on Friday 8th, and Join us on at the opening on Sunday the 10th of June.
E: Staff@manyunggallery.com.au for a catalouge
T: 03 9787 2953 or text 0419 595 222