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Studio Waterloo

Studio waterloo is a historic apple packing shed with views down the Huon River
inside the historic apple packing shed showing the messy working area of Studio Waterlood
on one side of the main apple packing shed is a skillion that houses the gallery area of Studio Wate
Gloved hands hold a limited edition Art Print by Henrietta Manning Vine Leaf Nest
Studio Waterloo is award-winning Tasmanian Artist Henrietta Manning's working studio, set in the beautiful Huon Valley. Visit for a unique art experience within the walls of a historic Apple Packing Shed. See the artist's busy working areas, the muses, research and tools behind the work. View a changing gallery display and/or browse those works hiding in the racks. Be the first to see and hear about new work in progress. Learn about the life of an artist and the stories behind the work directly from the artist. Manning is a Contemporary Realist painting predominately from life, with subject matter across all genres. Close up marks are painterly, but step back and all falls into place. A finalist in art prizes such as the Glover, Wynne, Alice, Waterhouse, Portia Geach, Alice Bale and Mosman in Australia, and the Summer Exhibition, England. Recipient of an Australia Council New Work Established Grant in 2005. Residencies include two with the Hill End Residency Program, Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, NSW. Don't forget to bring a camera and packed lunch to make the most of stunning views down the river as far as kunanyi / Mount Wellington beyond. (outside seating available) Visit privately by appointment, or during an advertised public open studio event.


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