Art display – 23rd March at the Matthew Flinders Gallery

By The Bribie Islander Gloss Magazine


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Tags: Artwork. Artists. Art gallery. Art competition. Bribie Island. Moreton Bay


Fur and feathers are flying as invited artists glue, stitch, paint, and recycle found objects to create fantastic costumes. Called “wearable art” the results will be paraded on the catwalk at a stunning one-off event to be held on Saturday 23rd March at the Matthew Flinders Gallery, Banksia Beach.

Well known local artist Christine Myles and her team have co-ordinated a fantasy showing including special pieces by the Bribie Woodies plus sculptural jewelry, headpieces and hair extravaganzas.

Pictured are details of local artist Tina Galloway’s entry “Spirit of Bribie”. Supper will be served after the show. Doors open at 6 pm, entry is by ticket only ($20 per person). Phone or call into the Bribie Island Community Arts Centre, Sunderland Dve Banksia Beach 07 3408 9288.

There’s plenty of interest already so hurry because limited tickets are available.


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