Now open for viewing at the Adelphi Hotel. All images in this exhibition are for sale.
Exhibition opened by Consul General for Malta in Victoria Mr Charles Mifsud
MC for the opening Dr Anthony Cree OAM
Pieces of Earth & Images of Malta exhibition at the Adelphi Hotel
The Pieces of Earth & Images of Malta exhibition has come to fruition with the assistance of the Adelphi Hotel. The Adelphi Hotel is the first Art Hotel in the Australian city of the arts, Melbourne. Situated right in the heart of the Melbourne CBD, at 187 Flinders Lane, the Adelphi is a great place to stay or drop in for a coffee or meal.
The Adelphi really has such a great location for this exhibition, you should also know it has a great rooftop pool and can cater for functions of up to 60 in the artbar or pool deck.
Please drop by and check out the Pieces of Earth & Images of Malta display & Exhibition.
Pieces of Earth
Pieces of Earth is a collaboration venture between Scott Robertson from Lightning Ridge Opal mines and Martin Bonnici from Martin Bonnici Photography. The concept behind the pieces of earth exhibition and images is a non-pretentious exhibition designed by nature over the millennia. Each piece is unique.
Images of Maltese
On the top floors of the Adelphi Hotel is a selection of images from Baroque Palaces, medieval streets and seascapes overlooking a sea of cultural history in the Maltese Islands. These images reflect the vibrant ever-evolving sights of this Jewel in the Mediterranean, a travelling artists dream.
For these images I want to thank the Malta Tourism Authority (MTA) and Malta Foreign Affairs (MFA) for their continuous assistance in my international projects.
A unique collaboration
This unique exhibition is a great collaboration between three Melbourne businesses: The Adelphi Hotel (187 Flinders Lane), Scott Robertson from Lightning Ridge Opal Mines (175 Flinders Lane) and Martin Bonnici Photography Australian, Maltese International Photographer mostly based in Melbourne.
Pieces of Earth & Images of Malta exhibition DVD is playing now on the Adelphi cafe monitors. Drop passed have a coffee and check it out.