2018 Mathew Flinders Art Prize

By Neil Wilson - Sub Editor for the Bribie Islander

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There’s no denying that the Contemporary Art Practices Group’s recent “Eclectica 3” exhibition in the Mathew Flinders Gallery demonstrated the absolute versatility of the artists involved but as if that display wasn’t enough proof, the group have once again presented their talents to gallery visitors with the “Tiny Treasures” exhibition which only ran for eleven days until 20th July.

Featured Image(above): Three Faces of Ever – A pen and ink work by Christine Miles

The tiny six inch by four-inch works demonstrated a wonderful use of colours across a range of themes and mediums that included acrylic, coloured pencil, watercolour and mixed media. As well as the very successful exhibition at the Mathew Flinders Gallery, The Contemporary Art Practices group has just had an exhibition at the Vianta Café in Beerwah and in 2019 they will again exhibit their works at the Vianta and also the Redcliffe Fire Station Gallery as well as Eclectica 4 here on the island. With the 2018 Mathew Flinders Art Prize due to open on July 27th, anticipations are high amongst art enthusiasts who expect the exhibition to be better than ever before.

The Mathew Flinders Gallery is within the Bribie Island Community Arts Centre which is open on each day except Sunday from 10 am until 4 pm. Anyone needing more information about the extensive range of activities there or perhaps about becoming a volunteer can either drop into the centre which is on Sunderland Drive at Banksia Beach or give them a call on 3408 9288.

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