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Dawn Lim Visual Arts

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Dawn Lim Visual Arts is a rustic working art studio and gallery in Moonambel. This is the heart of the Pyrenees wine-growing region, less than 15 minutes from Avoca. Inspired by the magnificent Pyrenees region, Dawn is renowned for her landscapes. Her abstract and contemporary pieces are equally sensational.

You will view art that has been created using a variety of mediums. Dawn prefers to use her own mix of cold wax, because beeswax, as found in the pyramids, lasts forever. Dawn also paints with acrylics or oil. You can choose from many original art pieces which are reasonably priced. Most work is mounted on a stretch canvas and ready to hang. Look out for her ‘COVID superheroes’ pieces which are a tribute to those who looked after the pandemic victims.

If you want a charcoal portrait, Dawn can accommodate in either her humble studio or at the local markets. If you want to commission a work, contact Dawn. If you want to learn how to paint, Dawn runs classes.

Born in London 1949, Dawn Lim emigrated to Australia and has a Bachelor of Arts degree (Honours). For the past six years Dawn has been painting full time. She is the recipient of seven Regional awards. Dawn’s work can be found in the Pyrenees Shire art collection in Victoria and private collections around the world.

CONTACT INFORMATION

6228 Stawell-Avoca Road, Moonambel, VIC 3478Get directions

TUE: 12am - 12am
WED: 12am - 12am
SUN: 12am - 12am
MON: 10am - 5pm
THU: 10am - 5pm
FRI: 10am - 5pm
SAT: 10am - 5pm
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The City of Ballarat acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land we live and work on, the Wadawurrung and Dja Dja Wurrung People, and recognises their continuing connection to the land and waterways. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging and extend this to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People.