2018 February to July Exhibitions

February 20th to 4th March    Rick Everingham

Favourite places – Stradbroke & Italy

Desley and I are now settling back into Brisbane.  It is great to be back to our lovely weather and glorious beaches.  I have recently returned to Stradbroke, to my favourite Frenchman’s Beach, and I have some new paintings from there.  Italy is also still a major point of inspiration for me, so the Italian series also continues.  I am unsure which place I prefer, but it is a lovely choice to consider.

We are having two opening nights and have great pleasure in inviting you and your friends to the exhibition of some of my favourite places

Exhibition hours  10am to 5pm daily (other times  by appointment)

Opening Nights   Tuesday 20th February from 6-8pm

and  Friday 23rd February from 6-8pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

March 7th to 18th                        Joanna Davies

Container-a new body of work.

This body of work  explores movement, energy and emotion.  The collection features large format oils with mostly sepia and ochres tones some with accents of colour.  Energy and movement mixed with texture  and bold lines bring to life the somewhat nostalgic subjects evoking memories and emotions in the viewer.

Exhibition hours  Monday to Saturday 10 to 6pm and 11 to 5pm Sundays.

Offical Opening  Friday 9th March from 6pm

Viewing & Sales from Wednesday 7th March

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

May 1st to 13th                              Christine Atkins

“Seeing the Light”

“Seeing the Light” is an exhibition of new pastel and oil paintings of still life subjects and outdoor sketches.  Bright light is a denominator in all my paintings, whether from a spotlight on a still life or from sunlight on the landscape.

Exhibition hours  Daily 10am to 6pm except the last Sunday when it is 10am to 3pm

Official Opening Night Friday 4th May 6 to 9 pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

May 29th to June 10th               Lindsay Sale

June 12th to 17th .                       Rod Cassidy

June 26th t0 8th July                 Group Exhibition