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

Vince Bray new work

Vince Bray

  

VB-YellowSkycroppedIMG_0453.jpg Passing Clouds (yellow sky) detail 15 x 20 cm Paint baked on glass $360

Bray has been painting for much of his life; first at Mount Isa. Now retired in Townsville he refers to the dry tropics from Townsville to Hughenden and further west to Mount Isa.

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Vincent Bray, Red Landscape, 2018 

paint baked on glass $300 

Heather Byrne exhibition ‘Living on the Fringe’

Image: Heather Byrne Forest Kingfisher watercolour on Arches paper

Kathy Cornwall exhibition ‘Dream Flight’

Kathy Cornwall Afterlife branch and acrylic paint

Previously

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Jill O’Sullivan Ravenswood Ghosts (Imperial Hotel Interior 20˚6/1.66s 146˚53/24/09, 2016, relief print, A/P, (30 x 20 cm) $225 framed

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Anne Lord Hens 2017, relief with added colour, 1/10, size (10 x 20 cm) $60

two wood engraving blocks, work table and some tools

Hold UP an exhibition of fine art prints, July – September 2018

Furred Feathered & Scaled

This is a joint exhibition by Townsville’s local artists Lynn Scott-Cumming and Margaret Robertson. The North Queensland environment plays an important part in their lives. They find solace and inspiration in the natural environment, including the wide diversity of Australian wildlife that inhabit their little bit of paradise.

Furred, Feathered & Scaled consists of original, limited-edition artists prints, some of which have been hand-coloured with a variety of media, including watercolours and gouache.

Image ‘Torres Strait Pidgeon’ by Lynn Scott-Cumming

The exhibition runs from October 25th to December 23rd 2017

We look forward to sharing the art work.

Opening event: Sunday 29th October at 2pm

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Lynn Scott-Cumming Torres Strait Pigeon, Drypoint on acetate Hand-coloured

28 x 27.5cm., $190

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Lynn Scott-Cumming Cunjevoi Croc, Drypoint on acetate Hand-coloured

28 x 27.5cm $190

Previous Exhibition Graeme Buckley Dragons and Damsels

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12 Graeme Buckley Mating Damsels Red $300 50 x 76 cm Acrylic on canvas

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Graeme Buckley Two Dragonflies $300 45 x 50 cm Acrylic on Canvas

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19 Graeme Buckley Blue Dragon fly $300 8cm x 22 x 29 Wood and Copper

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Graeme Buckley Mating Damsels Blue $300 60 x 60 cm Acrylic on Canvas

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20 Graeme Buckley Yellow Dragon fly $300 12cm x 25 x 30

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22 Graeme Buckley Red Damsel fly $300 8cm x 16 x 7 Wood and Copper

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18 Graeme Buckley Red Dragon fly $300 9cm x 20 x 27

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22 Graeme Buckley Blue Dragon fly $300 9cm x 16 x 4 Wood and Copper

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Graeme Buckley Two Dragonflies Mating $300 45 x 50 cm Acrylic on Canvas

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Graeme Buckley Untitled (ferocious) $300 40 x 50 cm Acrylic on Canvas

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Graeme Buckley Untitled (Dragonfly ) $300 40 x 50 cm Acrylic on Canvas

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Graeme Buckley Untitled (pink background Dragonfly) $300 40 x 50 cm Acrylic on Canvas

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Graeme Buckley Red Tail $300 40 x 51 cm Acrylic on Canvas

Dragons and Damsels

Artist Graeme Buckley 

Exhibition dates: 10 May 2017 – 12 July 2017

Graeme Buckley is a local Townsville artist who has studied art and science.

Buckley has found that there are more than 300 species of Dragonflies and Damselflies (Order Odonata) in Australia and about half of them occur in North Queensland. They are common around freshwater pools and streams where they hunt their prey; smaller insects than themselves which are taken on the wing. Buckley has long been fascinated by their beauty and aerobatic ability. His recent volunteer work with Creekwatch has reignited a passion for these often brightly coloured insects.

For some time the major focus of his artwork has been educating the public about the beauty of nature that is all around us. This exhibition continues that focus.

The exhibition has seventeen works on canvas and six sculptures.