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Well-known sculptor speaks at art gallery

INFORMATIVE TALKS: Art enthusiasts will have the chance to listen to Eukey artist Gabriele Trabucco talk about the history of sculpture.
INFORMATIVE TALKS: Art enthusiasts will have the chance to listen to Eukey artist Gabriele Trabucco talk about the history of sculpture. Liana Turner

GABRIELE Trabucco's knowledge and passion for sculpture is apparent.

His knowledge of the history of sculpture, especially modern sculpture, is exceptional and combined with his practical knowledge his talks at the Stanthorpe Regional Art Gallery on Tuesday are sure to be a fantastic event.

In his talks, Mr Trabucco will focus on the social and cultural forces influencing sculpture.

He will also elaborate on the notion of beauty in the modern western world.

The artist has been part of the art world for most of his life, teaching and practising art in Brisbane.

For the past seven years, he has been a full-time artist based in the Granite Belt region.

Mr Trabucco's commitment to art is prominent at his Bush Gallery on 1875 Eukey Rd.

There you can tour the many sculptures that have been created on his block.

The sculptures represent Mr Trabucco's intense connection with nature.

His work extends beyond the confines of the general concept of galleries into his own Bush Gallery and somewhat more public arena of West End in Brisbane.

His work as a sculptor encompasses a range of materials including stone, wood and steel depending on the contextual requirements.

Come along, listen to his talk and learn more about the history of sculpture.

The talk will be held at the gallery on Tuesday at 10.30am.

For more information contact the gallery on 46811874.

Head along

  • What: Granite Belt sculptor Gabriele Trabucco talks about the history of sculpture
  • Where: Stanthorpe Regional Art Gallery, Lock St, Stanthorpe
  • When: Tuesday at 10.30am
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