FOUR by FOUR Art Exhibition

Published by: Redcliffe Art Society | 11-Apr-2016
An art exhibition by FOUR artists with FOUR very different styles of art.
Venue: Redcliffe Art Society Gallery
Address: Old Fire Station Community Arts and Volunteer Hub, 395 Oxley Avenue, Redcliffe Qld
Date: Official Opening : Saturday 16 April 2016
Time: 4.00pm
Ticket: No charge
Call: 07 3284 0852
Judi Carroll .. has lived in both Australia and New Zealand and grew up in Brisbane and Far North Queensland. After living for over 21 years on Tamborine Mountain she returned to the Redcliffe Peninsula, where she had lived before, in 2014. She is an environmental artist and impressionist but her style can also encompass cubism and semi abstract. She works mainly in acrylics and mixed media as well as oil pastels and inks.

Christine Lainson .. has had extensive training in fine art, attending Caulfield Institute of Technology and Prahran College of Advanced Education near Melbourne. Later study was continued at Wollongong University.  She also pursued a career in Nursing. Over the last few years she has returned to creative arts. Currently the focus is on the environment, producing a 'Quarry Warrior' series whilst also exploring ideas in portraits, still-life and landscapes.

Margaret Reed .. has a deep love of fine art and is following a family tradition of expressing herself as an artist. She has absorbed many working methods such as beginning with simple still-life and abstracting it to something totally new and different. Margaret sets no boundaries to her creative potential.

Helen Syron .. has studied art since childhood.  She uses a variety of mediums and endeavours to represent everyday life in her works.  A lover of many styles, she is still learning, and very much appreciating fine art.  Having held five previous exhibitions in Brisbane, two of which were solo, she is looking forward to exhibiting 'Four by Four' with fellow artists and good friends.

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