FOUR PALETTES show artistic diversity

Published by: Kathryn Coller | 28-Jan-2020
Four long term artists belonging to The Redcliffe Art Society come together again to demonstrate their diverse artistic flavours in FOUR PALETTES 2020
Venue: Redcliffe Art Society Old Fire Station Gallery and Community Hub
Address: 395 Oxley Avenue Redcliffe
Date: Official Opening 8 February 2020
Time: 2pm
Ticket: Free
: art society
Call: 732840852
Colour is at the heart of the palette. When one thinks of an artist's tool, one imagines a richness and diversity in bright bold colour spectrum. The four artists, Winnie Luk, Tricia Reust, Keri McSweeny and Cheryl Nugent bring their talents together in this 2020 exhibition, which officially opens at Redcliffe Old Fire Station Gallery on Saturday 8 February at 2pm.

Launching what looks to be a bold, bright, and rich year in art on the Redcliffe Peninsula, the artists will be giving free demonstrations of their painting method every Thursday during the exhibition. For those looking for artistic inspiration and the painting process, a visit to the Old Fire Station Gallery in Oxley Avenue Redcliffe will be well worth a visit.

The gallery notes the immense value in witnessing firsthand an artist at work at their easel.

There are light refreshments available at the official opening.

About Redcliffe Art Society

Redcliffe Art Society [RAS] Inc was first established in 1961.
The Old Fire Station Gallery is an art Gallery housed in what used to be a Fire Station
RAS occupied the "new" premises after the Fire Station was decommissioned
The Gallery and Gift Shop is manned by a band of volunteers.
Entry to Gallery is Free.
There is ample parking.
Wheelchair access too

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