Welcome to November's TheG News for the latest in stunning art, exhibitions and fairs. This month we are delighted to announce that The Gallery Eumundi artists Susan Schmidt and Rowley Drysdale are finalists in the fifth edition of the Local Artists – Local Content 2018 Art Prize. Drop into the Caloundra Regional Gallery to see the fabulous works of Schmidt and Drysdale along with forty finalists at an exhibition until Sunday 9 December 2018.
(click on the images below to view more works by Susan Schmidt and Rowley Drysdale)
Susan Schmidt | Seasongs | 2018
Acrylic and Oil on Canvas | 122 x 102 cm
Rowley Drysdale | Oceania 5 | 2018
Iron Blue Glazes on Cooroy local Clay
Wood Fired | 47cm x 47cm

Lyn McCrea Memorial Drawing Prize 2018

Noosa Regional Gallery until 2 December 2018

Dedicated to the memory of contemporary visual artist, art educator and collector, the late Lyn McCrea, the national award promotes excellence in contemporary Australian drawing.

Congratulations to gallery artist Paul Reynolds for being selected as one of only six Sunshine Coast artists amongst the 33 finalists for this very prestigious drawing prize. Visit the Noosa Regional Gallery to see close up Reynolds' The Old Man and the Sea of Gods and Monsters.
Gallery Directors, Steve and Karen are heading off to Singapore next week for the Affordable Art Fair which opens with a Private View evening of stunning art on Thursday 15 November at the F1 Pit Building 1 Republic Boulevard Singapore.

If you find yourself in Singapore during these dates please come and join us by registering for your Private View invitation below...
Presenting works by Susan Schmidt, Zhong Chen, Stephen Glassborow,
Nara Walker, Harley Manifold, Rhonda Cao and Rowley Drysdale
Click on the images for a sneak preview of the coming show
Please contact us for further information on any of the works

All the exhibited art can be seen online and is available to purchase wherever you are in the world!! Look forward to sharing more arty-news in December...

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