On Friday the 30th of May the last of the National Trust Tasmanian Heritage Festival events was held at Clarendon - An Artists Journey
After some bubbles and nibbles and a chance to view Mandy’s artwork on the walls of Clarendon, Mathew Smithies, Managing Director, National Trust Tasmania welcomed award winning artist, Mandy Hunniford and Richard Mulvaney, Director, Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery to take their chairs for a candid conversation. The audience was not disappointed as Mandy talked about her early years in Queenstown, her schooling, her informative years, her highs and her lows and the experiences that influenced her artwork. Richard was a skilful, funny and entertaining host who guided us through Mandy’s art world and what influenced her the most.
Mandy’s contemporary art work – Cockle Creek to Queenstown will continue to hang at Clarendon for a few more weeks, so be sure to visit and be inspired.