Heather Byrne and Kathy Cornwall

Gallery 48 The Strand showcases two new exhibitions by Heather Byrne and Kathy Cornwall.

Opening event 2:00pm Saturday 20th July, 2019

Gallery 48 The Strand
Unit 2/ 48 The Strand

47244898 (M) 0408287203 gallery48thestrand@gmail.com
https://gallery48thestrandtownsville.com
Open: Wednesdays and Saturdays Hours: 12:00 noon to 5:00pm.

Heather Byrne is a renowned pastel and watercolorist. Her exhibition Living on the Fringe refers to wildlife from the tropics. Byrne’s winning entry Oh He’s looking at you from the ‘4th Hinchinbrook birdlife art awards’ is available to view.

Image: Heather Byrne Forest Kingfisher watercolour on Arches paper

Kathy Cornwall’s exhibition Dream Fight showcases mixed media paintings on canvas, found wood decorated with colour experiments, sculptures of stone ware clay and a large piece using recycled plastics. In addition a bird made from corrugated cardboard is a signature piece.

Kathy Cornwall, Forest Tea Set, stoneware

Artists Kathy Cornwall and Heather Byrne are showing new work coinciding with the inaugural Fringe Festival and the North Australian Festival of Arts 1 July – 31 August 2019

Dream Flight and Living on the Fringe

Gallery 48 The Strand showcases two new exhibitions by Heather Byrne and Kathy Cornwall.

Opening event 2:00pm Saturday 20th July, 2019

Gallery 48 The Strand
Unit 2/ 48 The Strand

47244898 (M) 0408287203 gallery48thestrand@gmail.com
https://gallery48thestrandtownsville.com
Open: Wednesdays and Saturdays Hours: 12:00 noon to 5:00pm.

The artists
Heather Byrne is a renowned pastel and watercolorist. Her exhibition Living on the Fringe refers to wildlife from the tropics. Byrne’s winning entry Oh He’s looking at you from the ‘4th Hinchinbrook birdlife art awards’ is available to view.

Image: Heather Byrne Forest Kingfisher watercolour on Arches paper

Kathy Cornwall ‘Forest Tea Set’ from the exhibition Dream Flight opens at Gallery 48 July 20th

Afterlife series 1-6 2019
Branch, acrylic paint

Heather Byrne

Heather Byrne is a renowned pastel and watercolorist. Her exhibition Living on the Fringe refers to wildlife from the tropics. Byrne’s winning entry Oh He’s looking at you from the ‘4th Hinchinbrook birdlife art awards’ is available to view.

Heather Byrne, Forest Kingfisher 
2019
watercolour on Arches paper
13 x 90 cm 
$90 framed

2019

A few personal projects for the year

In February and March the rain kept coming so the boat was protected with plastic.
More ideas about rain
2019 Floods, Eromanga Inland Sea, Flinders Morning Basins
This drawing on lined paper (becoming obsolete) refers to amongst other things, THE PHYSIOGRAPHIC REGIONS OF AUSTRALIA
The 3 divisions from Jennings and Mabbutt (1977, 1986) are Physiographic Divisions: 1. Eastern highlands, 2. Interior lowlands, 3. Western Plateau http://www.clw.csiro.au/aclep/documents/PhysiographicRegions_2011.pdf