Local artists are the stars during our biennial LAP It Up Local Art Prize. Winners announced.
Fay Roselt is a local fibre artist.
'Physical Video' features video art drawn from the QAGOMA Gallery’s Collection.
Glass artists Jo Bone and Aaron Micallef have a shared passion for the medium of glass, and complementary aesthetic approaches revolving around pattern, symmetry and intricacy in the natural world. Their glass artwork is crafted using traditional hot-glass (blowing) and cold-working techniques (cutting, engraving, etching) to manipulate form and surface.
Granite Belt Wildflowers Out of Oblivion series was created during an artistic residency for the last three years on a forested property at Wilsons Downfall. Local bush flowers, flickering in the sunlight and scattered across this beautiful and inspirational landscape, are the focus of this series.
For as long as she can remember, Diane McDonald has derived a great sense of enjoyment and satisfaction from drawing and painting. Life experiences have shaped her painting style and themes.
On display will be some of the wonderful and diverse pieces from our painting and ceramic collection: known to be one of the best ceramic collections in regional Australia.
Fay Lavender: Three Windows to My Life
Martin Gallagher: Encounters on the Road to Shangrila
The Ceramics Collection from the Stanthorpe Regional Art Gallery
Reflections of an Era: Bill Odd
An opportunity to witness Bill Odd's stunning art which has won 22 major art awards. Bill has been a finalist in the James Hardie Wildlife Prize and the Doug Moran Portrait Prize.
Exploration of Design: Stanthorpe Pottery Club
This ancient artisan skill is brought to life with the diverse creativity and expertise of the many talented ceramicists in the region.
Homes of The Guardians: Louise Grayson
Photo journalist Louise Grayson enters the surprising community of Australians, French & Belgians dedicated to gate keeping the World War I Anzac Legend.
Youthful Impressions: Senior Visual Arts Students Stanthorpe State High School
These artists have brought together photography and ceramics to celebrate the beauty and nuances of nature & humanity.
With over 800 exhibits, this exhibition celebrates Stanthorpe youths' interpretation of Art In Science. Both science and art are human attempts to understand and describe the world around us. An exciting, fun & interesting exhibition.