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Arts Lounge Exhibition: Sue Dodd and Vikki Laskowski

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Join us for our Arts Lounge Exhibition featuring Sue Dodd and Vikki Laskowski.
artwork Artwork: Tropical Bliss by Sue Dodd

From January to March Wyreena’s Arts Lounge will feature art by Sue Dodd and Vikki Laskowski.

About the artists

Sue Dodd

Sue Dodd is an abstract artist and interior designer based in Melbourne. Sue grew up in Newcastle and studied art at Newcastle College of Advanced Education. As a young adult she dedicated her life to the raising of her four boys. Sue then went onto complete an Advance Diploma in Interior Design and started her own interior design business. It was during this time that she consolidated her early love of impactful art along with a thoughtful and personalised interior design approach. Sue believes art plays an important role in creating unique and beautiful spaces.  

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View Sue Dodd's artworks below. 

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Vikki Laskowski 

Artwork: Cathedral by Vikki Laskowski  

Vikki Laskowski was born in Poland and currently lives in Mt Evelyn, Victoria. Painting, drawing and pottery are her lifelong pursuits. Vikki teaches watercolour at the University of the Third Age, Croydon and has exhibited at Steps Gallery, Lygon Street as a part of an international exhibition organised by the Polish Art Foundation. Looking at art objects always brings forth a sort of excitement in Vikki, an interest in finding a message, an inspiration – eliciting positive feelings. In presenting her work at Wyreena she hopes for everyone to see her work and feel excited too.

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View Laskowski's artworks below.

Please click the image to enlarge. 

 

Further information

For further information on the exhibition, contact Wyreena on 9294 5590.

Date and Time

  • Wednesday, 20 January 2021 - 9.00AM to Saturday, 20 March 2021 - 5.00PM
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