2018 marks the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Fleurieu Biennale by David Dridan, Greg Trott and Tony Parkinson with the support of major wineries. The winning work of the 2018 Fleurieu Biennale is Hidden Landscape: Kangaroo Island, a collaboration between James Tylor and Laura Wills. The exhibition of all finalists is showing at the Stump Hill Gallery and the Fleurieu Arthouse in Mclaren Vale and Signal Point Gallery in Goolwa.
The 2018 Fleurieu Biennale Art Prize will be exhibited in McLaren Vale at the Stump Hill Gallery and the Fleurieu Arthouse and in Goolwa at the Signal Point Galleries from 16 June to 22 July 2018. After 2 successful opening events, the works are now on display and for sale. Visit each of the venues and vote for your favourite in the Villerie People's Choice Award and be in the draw to win a dozen bottles of McLaren Vale wine and a Villerie Coffee hamper. The winner will be announced on July 22nd at the closing event at the Stump Hill Gallery, 2-4pm. The winning artist will receive $3000.
With exhibitions in McLaren Vale and Goolwa what a better reason to stay and give yourself time to explore all that the Fleurieu Peninsula has to offer. Enjoy the arts, wine, and great local produce. The Fleurieu Peninsula offers beautiful vistas from rolling hills to pristine beaches.