Sydney like you’ve never seen it before.
The weather seems to be plummeting every day and with parts of NSW already blessing us with blankets of snow, its safe to say we’re in for a freezing winter. But for those of you who love to venture out and enjoy a bit of sun — don’t let that put you off. Sydney is well and truly thriving in the art and cultural arena with tons of exciting indoor events lined up. An event that caught our eye is Unseen Sydney. A photography exhibition by Matt Pearson, Unseen Sydney, as the name suggests, explores the Sydney harbour in all its splendid glory from hidden nooks and crannies.
Matt Pearson — a distinguished fine art photographer with over fifteen years of experience will showcase his unique perspective of some iconic Sydney staples. Right from some of our favourite ocean pools to the Opera House set against mesmerising sunset hues — you can experience Sydney in a whole new light. It’s an ideal activity if you want shelter from the cold and want to explore our beloved city in a whole new way. Here is a glimpse of all the amazing art that awaits you at the exhibition.
Top of the morning from Sydney Harbour
A Sydney rock pool in all its glory.
You can never have enough rock pool shots, can you?
Chasing Sydney harbour views never gets old.
Curious yet? There’s so much more to this exhibition and it’s only on this week so make sure you squeeze in some time to go and soak in all this talent. Find more information about the exhibition here.
What: Unseen Sydney
Where: Matt Pearson Gallery, shop 2/06, 140 George St, The Rocks NSW 2000
When: June 17, 18 and 19
(Images: Supplied/ Destination NSW)