JELLYFISH have moved from the water to the Frankston Arts Centre as part of a new exhibition.
Striking Sea Change by Penelope Davis is now on display at Cube 37. The exhibition features jellyfish made out of organic components like leaves and seaweed.
The jellyfishes are made using a silicone cast and hand sewn materials.
Davis’ work has previously been displayed at National Gallery of Victoria, Artbank, ANZ Bank, DC Design China, Victorian College of the Arts, and the University of Melbourne.
Striking Sea Change is on display until 27 August. It can be seen from the street front.