Tag Archives: Victoria

Melbourne’s Hosier Lane Street Art

Croft Lane wasn’t the only lane to view the work of street artists. Hosier Lane had a tall Aboriginal portrait way above the other art; a piece that took three days to complete. This was one of Adnate’s realistic portraits using spray paint. Continue reading Melbourne’s Hosier Lane Street Art

London Bridge

Beyond Port Campbell, the mind-boggling coastal landscape along the Great Ocean Road didn’t end. There were stacks nestled off shore and arches where waves pounded the cliffs. Luckily, we had lost the buses of tourists after the Loch Ard location, and could enjoy the beauty with a handful of others. Continue reading London Bridge

Last Look in NGV’s Australian Section

After my Aboriginal tour through the National Gallery of Victoria, I had one more section to visit — the Heidelberg School, and in particular, Fred McCubbin. In the 1800s, the artist left the traditional method of indoor painting and ventured outside to embody the real Australia. Continue reading Last Look in NGV’s Australian Section