Pop up Art Exhibition – Lowell Hunter

Monday 28th of March 2022 - Sunday 31st of July 2022

The Deep Blue Hotel and Hot Springs is currently exhibiting a selection of curated works by talented Indigenous artist Lowelll Hunter. Lowell Hunter is a proud Nyul Nyul Saltwater man from…...read more.

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Worm Bay Road,, Warrnambool, VIC, 3280
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Upcoming Dates

Monday 28th of March 2022
Tuesday 29th of March 2022
Wednesday 30th of March 2022
Thursday 31st of March 2022
Friday 1st of April 2022

About

The Deep Blue Hotel and Hot Springs is currently exhibiting a selection of curated works by talented Indigenous artist Lowelll Hunter.

Lowell Hunter is a proud Nyul Nyul Saltwater man from the Kimberley in Western Australia, who grew up on Gunditjmara Country in Warrnambool, and now lives on Wathaurong Country, Geelong.  Although far apart, each of these special places have kept Lowell strongly connected to the ocean his whole life.

Lowell creates sand art and uses drone photography to capture the scale of his works within breathtaking landscapes, which all started simply, as a way for him to get out and connect with culture, Country and sea.

Using only his feet, Lowell carves stories into the sand using the same foot movements he was taught through traditional dance movements his people have practiced for countless generations. Lowell’s artworks tell stories of family, identity and connection.

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