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The Blue Moon Artist Collective

The Blue Moon Artist Collective is temporary space, showcasing a curation of both emerging and established artists from the Mornington Peninsula.
Officially opened with a big crowd on Wednesday 24th January 2024, the collective has transformed what was the former site of the Blue Moon hardware store in Red Hill.
A revolving collection with a diverse range of mediums that include paintings, photography, prints, sculpture, pottery, furniture design, jewellery, and illustrations.
The line-up of local artists include painters; Margaret Amond, Mary Schepisi, Charlie and Gee (Gerald) Ryan, Joshua Searle and Michael Leeworthy, photographers; Elizabeth Clancy, Oliver Altermatt and Philip Robertson, and sculptors; Jean Sheridan, Amy Leeworthy, Amber Skehan, Emma Cleine, Natalia Milosz-Piekarska and Mark Richardson. 
The premises have been generously provided rent-free by owners, the Burgess Family. With the rest of the project being funded through the Cocoon Projects by Charlie Ryan (Blue Moon’s director and fellow artist).
The Blue Moon has also been supported by local businesses Frogs Pond Vineyard, Cellar & Pantry, The Epicurean, Red Hill Brewery, Burnley Brewing, Three Bays Water, and Five Creative.
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