Tags: Mathew Flinders Gallery at the Bribie Island Community Arts Centre Artwork. Artists.
For the Second Time
In some of the early issues of The Mini Bribie Islander, I wrote a series of articles which explained the good and bad qualities of a number of foods and additives to which I seem to be addicted and one of these was salt. Now, more than one year on from that article, I am again writing about salt but this time, it is not related to something that is known to be a frequently used flavour enhancer.
Featured Image(above): The Capricorn Coast by Colin Van Kruining
Until September 23rd, the Mathew Flinders Gallery at the Bribie Island Community Arts Centre was the venue for an exhibition by twenty invited artists from the area which has been on display from September 10th and officially opened on September 14th. The exhibition is entitled, yes, you guessed it, “SALT,” and a spokesperson for the group has pointed out that, “As salt is essential for life – it is also the stimulus for the artwork in the display.”
All the pieces in the exhibition which include pottery and mosaics as well as both large and small paintings were themed on a coastal environment so for anyone who enjoys artwork with a marine theme, the “SALT” exhibition has provided the opportunity to view and perhaps purchase a piece of appropriately themed art by one of these super talented artists.