Here at the Old Church Gallery Moore, we are passionate about wildlife and the habitat in which it exists. With this idea firmly in mind, we are pleased to announce the opening of an Exhibition of Wildlife Art at the gallery from Saturday 25th March, 2017.
The exhibition features the work of gifted artists from around the region, using a variety of media to showcase the wonderful diversity of fauna and flora from South East Queensland.
Bunya Mountains artist Sophie Sorella is a talented, multimedia artist. Her vibrant hand painted, limited edition linoleum prints make an eye-catching group hanging and are for sale individually or as multiples. From Platypus to Echidna, Cockatoos to Possums there will surely be a print to please your eye and look great hanging on your wall. She has also provided some beautiful ceramics and mosaics for the exhibition.
South Burnett artist Megan Cridland has produced some stunningly detailed framed artworks of cockatoos and eucalyptus flowers, using Graphite and Polychromos coloured pencils on 300GSM Arches Hot Press Watercolour Paper.
First time exhibitor at the gallery, established Redcliffe artist, Kim Mancini brings her beautiful acrylic studies of plants, birds and butterflies to the exhibition. Local Somerset artist Lindsay Conroy, also exhibiting at the gallery for the first, is showing her delicate eco dyed scarves, fabrics and framed artwork, with a strong connection to the natural world.
Nanango based artist Anthony Donas has provided some beautiful representations of native animals in acrylics on canvas, along with a large framed painting entitled “Corroboree”. Regular contributor Wayne Gillis and gallery owner David Mackenzie round out the exhibition with eye catching wild life photography.
The Exhibition of Wild life Art is hanging now and will open on Saturday March 25 with Reel Pizzas mobile wood fired Pizzas in the car park along with music from 11am.