Exhibitions – July – December 2017


27th June to 9th July  Group Exhibition- “Open ARTery”

www.openartery.com.au  for more information


25th to 6th AUGUST

Liz Celegato, Jenny Cass & Susan Blyton  “Three Visions”

Paintings and Bronze Sculptures


Enquires 0438 056 107/redbirdstudio@aapt.net.au


1st to 6th   Liz Celegato, Jenny Cass & Sue Blyton . “Three Visions”

Paintings and  Bronze Sculptures    Exhibition Hours Daily 10am to 4pm

7th to 20th

Lyn Barnes  Paintings   Celebrating Life In The Channel Country

Mary Donnelly   show case rock and steel Sculpture  Birds Of Flight And Fancy


22nd to 25th August

Rick Everingham      Auction of Paintings and Sculptures









Paintings can be viewed at: www.rickeveringham.com.au

m: 0488 587 612   m:0488 594 616 . e:restudio@ozemail.com.au


28th August to September 3rd

Rod Cassidy   “Explorer Trilogy”

 For more information    www.rodneycassidy.com 



5th to 17th    

Jennifer Stuerzl    Bimblebox to Gum Creek

Paintings, works on paper and artist’s books.





For more information visit  www.jenniferstuerzl.com.au


19th September to 1st October


 Christine Turner, Jennifer Duff, John Olson, Keith Stewart, Susan Hutton, Trevor Spohr.

Six artists six mediums-painting, encaustics. ceramics, metal sculpture, photography and digital images.

The artists live and work in the Wide Bay Area.  They work separately in different mediums but over the years have shared their knowledge, celebrated achievements and inspired each other.

Although they all show their work separately through the year, coming together as friends to exhibit at Graydon gallery is a significant and meaningful ‘Breathing Space” for them.

As well as the artwork on display there will be a store room of work to browse through including unframed works on paper


For more information contact


E: christineturnerau@yahoo.com.au   T: 0402 403 270   


2nd October to 8th October

Paul Harris paintings . “The Troubles”

The Troubles was an ethno-nationalist conflict in Northern Ireland during the late 20th century.  Also known internationally as the Northern Ireland conflict, it is sometimes described as a “guerilla war” or a low level war.  The conflict began in the late 60’s and is usually deemed to have  ended with the Good Friday Agreement of 1968.

Although the Troubles mainly took place in Northern Ireland, at times the violence spilled over into parts of the Republic of Ireland, England and mainland Europe.





10th October to 15th October

Michelle Van Pelt  Skye Mescall & Samir Hamaiel  paintings “Borrowed Landscapes”

This exhibition offers three different interpretations of the journey through the landscape. Places experienced in the physical world are framed in new perspectives that represent an alternative state of mind or place.







For more information visit   www.michellevanpelt.com  www.skye.mescall.com.au





3rd to 12th

David Henderson  Paintings 

This exhibition will include approximately twenty five paintings, drawings and watercolours, featuring views of Rome and Venice along with local subjects.  David Henderson was a winner of this year’s Best of Show at the Brisbane Rotary Art Spectacular Exhibition.

Exhibition hours 10am to 5pm daily or by appointment

Opening Night Event Friday 3rd November 6pm to 8pm










Email mail@davidhenderson.com.au



14th to 26th

Sue Dryden  Paintings  “The Keeper of Stories”

Exhibition hours  10am to 6pm Daily

Opening Night Event  Saturday 18th November  4pm to 6pm

This exhibition is like a book of short stories.  Some of the paintings are metaphorical and some are interiors of places visited and people known.  They record brief encounters with characters, show loved places to wander through, and offer a touch of mysteries to ponder.













Email  drydensusan57@gmail.com

Phone  0450 656 356


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