Posts Tagged ‘exhibition’

A Note from Margaret Gurney

Bayside Local. Journeys and Discoveries. A selected exhibition of Bayside artists work, including one painting of mine.A large watercolour of Kakadu.It is at the Bayside Gallery, corner of Wilson and Carpenter streets, Brighton ( the old town hall)Open Wednesday to Friday 11am to 5pmSaturday-Sunday 1- 5pmUntil March 8th Australian Natural WondersAt Pan Pacific Hotel South…

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From the Inbox

The Women’s Gallery book launch to celebrate women’s art of the 80’s and 90’s. Saturday December 7th 2:30 QVWC 210 Lonsdale Street Melbourne. Open studio Invitation. Karen Hopkins Paintings, shared exhibition; check the invite. Odd roads to be Walking, a major new book on Australian women artists. These artists, craftswomen, teachers, art writers and influencers…

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MSWPS Train Trip to Castlemaine 30 August 2019

On a glorious sunny winter’s day twelve MSWPS friends and spouses travelled to Castlemaine to view The Len Fox Prize Exhibition at Castlemaine Art Museum. Finalists presented a diverse range of paintings with statements referencing their connection with E. Phillips Fox. There were many people in the gallery and serendipitously CAM guides giving a guided…

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Member Finalists for AOTY

The 2018 Victorian Artists Society (VAS) Mavis Little Artists of the Year, Incorporating the Sculptor of the Year Trophy featured Ten MSWPS Members. Anne Finkelde, Suzanne Kaldor, Gwendoline Krumins, Judith Leman, Jan Martin, Carole Milton, Liz Moore Golding, Vivi Palegeorge, Robyn Pridham and Raelene Sharp Congratulations to all the finalists. Congratulations also to both Joan…

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DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

Changing Perspectives – 109th Annual Exhibition OPENING: * Sunday 7 October 2.00pm To be opened by Jock Clutterbuck – Australia Sculptor/Printmaker 2018 Elegant Afternoon Tea & Guest Talk *Thursday 11 October 2.00pm Guest Speaker – Artist Deborah Klein Her work has received numerous awards and is represented in public and university collections throughout Australia. The…

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