September 7th sees the opening of our latest art exhibitions Wild at Heart by Maggie Brockie showcasing her ceramics sculpture work depicting her love of native fauna and Scorched, a pyrography exhibition by Qld artist Sheila Turbefield who explores her love of wood burnings and nature. The winner of our inaugural $12,000.00 acquisition sculpture prize will also be announced on the day with the winning sculpture becoming a part of the permanent display at Ceramic Break Sculpture Park. Admission is by gold coin donation with lunch and light refreshment provided. Exhibition opens from 12-5pm. Bring your own cutlery to enter the green prize raffle to win a beautiful plant.
Opening Saturday June 8th is Ceramic Break Sculpture Parks annual Myall Creek Memorial Exhibition. This year features artists Vicky Duncan, Walter Duncan, Diane Marlow and Joshua Spicer-Gleeson. Opens from 12-5 pm with lunch and light refreshment provided. Entry is by gold coin donation. Exhibition continues through July and August.
Now that the weather is finally behaving itself and if you like Beauty, exercise and lunch, visit Ceramic Break Sculpture Park on Saturday April 27th at 12 noon for our first Art Show of 2019.
For the last 4 months local paper maker Yvonne Ledingham has been our Artist in Residence and she will be exhibiting her beautiful and elegant creations in ‘fibrepress’ a collection of work created for this exhibition. It is incredible how paper and rags in the hands of an expert, can be transformed into beautiful and elegant Art.
For those who enjoy Art that is both beautiful and functional, Clay Trio, the work of our three ceramicists that includes vases, bowls and tea pots, will delight. Albert Verschuuren, Nicci Parry-Jones and Max Powell have exhibited here before and their work can be found in many homes in the district. Albert uses locally sourced raw materials ; Nicci’s work is colourful and whimsical, with a touch of quirky thrown in; Max is inspired by the natural world and he mixes seasonal feelings and stories into his clay.
Helena South has been painting since 1976 and this is her first show at Ceramic Break Sculpture Park. She loves animals, big and small and this can be seen in ‘ A Collection of Artworks in Pastels‘ her sensitive and sometimes humorous depictions.
This show at Ceramic Break Sculpture Park on the Warialda/Bingara Road is not to be missed. Starting at 12 noon, entry is by gold coin donation and lunch and refreshments are provided. Any questions call 02 6729 4147, check out our website, www.cbreaksculpturepark.com.au or our Ceramic Break Sculpture Park Facebook page. Remember to bring utensils to enter the Green Prize Raffle and you may win a beautiful plant to take home.