Newspaper article Gympie Times, The Qld.

Three Exhibitions Are Diverse Explorations

Newspaper article Gympie Times, The Qld.

Three Exhibitions Are Diverse Explorations

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YOU have until February 20 to see the three latest exhibitions at the Gympie Regional Gallery.

In The Gympie Times Exhibition Space upstairs, two Brisbane-based ceramic artists, Stephanie Outridge-Field and Megan Puls are displaying their latest work in Land, Leaf Lines.

In this exhibition, Megan's vessels are directly involved with the landscape as both an interactive and interpretative experience. Stephanie's range of multi-piece wall works in porcelain and stoneware focus on the iconic image of the leaf shape in a range of scales incorporating texture and text to explore issues such as randomness, fragility, environmental relationships and the involvement of mankind.

Next door in the Hugo du Rietz Gallery, ceramic tutor from the Sunshine Coast Institute of TAFE, Andrew Bryant is exhibiting his work titled The Anatomy of the Pot, focusing on the idea of the underlying anatomy of the vessel form.

Downstairs in Gallery Three, two Mary Valley artists and neighbours, Jean McAuley and Narelle Webber, have joined forces for their exhibition of paintings and pastels titled Mixing It.

Their theme shows off and contrasts their bold use of colours, style, technique and varied impressions of the Australian landscape.

Contact the Gallery for more details on 5481 0733.

STEPHANIE Outridge Field and Andrew Bryant, two well known ceramic tutors, will be holding a demonstration/workshop Saturday, February 6.

In the morning session, Andrew will demonstrate and discuss throwing sculptures and slab platters.

Stephanie will demonstrate in the afternoon session carving and mark making on clay, different clays and use of underglazes.

You can book for the whole day for $120 (Friends of the Gallery members for $100), or $60 for one session (or $50 for FOG members. The classes go from 9.30am-12.30pm and 1am-4pm. Bookings will have to be made by today, Thursday February 4. Phone: 5481 0733.

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OPEN the mind to the creative journey as seen through natural design, abstraction and creative processes intrinsic to the artist with contemporary practicing artist and author Lyne Marshall on Friday and Saturday, March 5 and 6. …

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