The Grahame Sydney Exhibition ‘On The Road’ has been drawing large crowds at Southland Museum & Art Gallery. With standing space only for his first series of floor talks, the nationally recognised Otago artist is returning for a further series of floor talks. Museum Programmes Manager, Maurice Watson said “The first series of floor talks drew some of the biggest crowds the Museum has ever had for such presentations with over 350 people present. Grahame has agreed to come back and do two more floor talks specifically for students and one for the public” Mr Watson said this was a rare opportunity for people to listen to the artists and ask him questions about his art work.
There has been a huge amount of interest in Sydney’s art works with the Museum having to reorder additional copies of the catalogue twice as stocks were snapped up.