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Curate Art & Design

Curate Art & Design is a must-visit luxe boutique art gallery in the lovely seaside village of Sorrento.

Curate’s exhibition of artworks by their family of accomplished creatives is a visual treat. Hanging are works by Mitch Miller, Gillie and Marc, Stuart Clues, Chris Landis, Martha Lord, Benjamin Lydford, John Scott, Esther Shohet, Beverley Skurulis, Kate Smith, 'ARC Living Master' Vicki Sullivan and Jim Stagg.

Internationally renowned artist Maggie Taylor's photomontages are also on display. Since Curate is the only gallery in Australia where you can experience Maggie's remarkable artworks, please ensure you do.

Curate is also home to the largest selection of collectible Gillie and Marc bronze sculptures in Victoria, as well as exhibiting incredible sculptures by Luke Connelly and Jaq Grantford.

Curate's exquisite glassworks are by Roberta Easton, Gordon Studio Glassblowers, Glass Manifesto, Noel Hart, James McMurtrie, and Robert Wynne .

Curate's back studio is where 'Creator in Residence' Mitch Miller paints captivating works of abstraction. So, pop in for a friendly chat on your next visit.

Along with offering informed and engaging hospitality, Curate provides in-home trials, complimentary delivery within the Greater Melbourne area, and Art Money, the easy, interest-free way to buy the art you love.

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119-125 Ocean Beach Road
Unit 2Sorrento Victoria 3943
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