Danielle Creenaune and Marina Strocchi – ‘Arts in the Valley’

In News October 5, 2022

Image: Danielle Creenaune A thousand echoes 2022 woodcut on Somerset Satin White paper  edition 10  101 x 80 cm


We are delighted to share that Danielle Creenaune and Marina Strocchi have had their works included in ‘Arts in the Valley’ in the Kangaroo Valley Hall over the NSW long weekend September 30 – October 3.

Our objectives are simple – to assist artists while bringing some of the best contemporary art that matters from around the nation to the Valley and surrounds that speaks about national, regional and local issues.

Our goal – to continue to grow as a national contemporary arts event while retaining local and regional flavour.

Since 2007, Arts in the Valley has brought some of the finest musicians, artists and writers in Australia to Kangaroo Valley for our concerts, exhibitions and festivals.

Part of the charm of the valley lies in its location and many of the concerts have been held in private houses offering an intimate scale for music making. Sculpture in the Valley has also been held in a variety of private houses generously loaned for the occasion, often with views across the valley. – Arts in the Valley


Image above: Marina Strocchi The Escarpment – Kangaroo Valley  acrylic on handmade recycled Indian rag paper  76 x 96 cm

For further information on Arts in the Valley, visit artsinthevalley.net


To read more about and view a selection of available woks by Marina ​Strocchi, click here

To read more about and view a selection of available woks by Danielle Creenaune, click here