Gosford Regional Gallery
Really worth getting out and about to see the latest exhibition at Gosford Regional Gallery. Running from 9 December to 4 February is a superb display of the works of Russell Drysdale and Brett Whiteley. Featuring paintings, drawings, photographs and more this will cover a wide range from Drysdale’s studio at Bouddi Farm to Whiteley’s urban landscapes and people. Not to be missed.
Situated at East Gosford (36 Webb St) the gallery is open daily from 10am to 4pm and offers not only a superb gallery space but the Edogawa Commemorative Gardens and an adjacent cafe and gift shop. A pleasant drive on the M1 will get you there in about 35 minutes from Hornsby. There’s plenty of parking and easy, level access. A modest entry fee applies ($7.50/$5.00).
Further details of this and future exhibitions at Gosford can be found on the website: http://www.gosford.nsw.gov.au/galleries