The art year is starting off with a number of local events where our member’s amazing work can be seen …. The Stanthorpe Show – Feb 2 – 4th The Tenterfield Show – Feb 9th and 10th : entries due on the 7th or 8th before 10 am LAF Out Loud – Local Art Fest (part of the Apple And
See many of our Artists works at Bush Christmas November 30th – December 9th in the Masonic Centre, 58 Neill Street, Toowoomba (beside Empire Theatre).
Gireen National Park, December 2nd, 2017 We will meet in the carpark Saturday December 2nd, 2017 from 9 am Qld / 10 am NSW Bring a picnic to share and your drawing, painting or other art materials … Come and Play!!! //www.npsr.qld.gov.au/parks/girraween/
Many of our members are participating in Bush Christmas this year in Toowomba – From November 30th to Saturday December 9th at the Masonic Centre, 58 Neil Street, Toowoomba (beside Empire Theatre). Come get beautiful unique handmade Chrsitmas presents and support your local artists
I really liked these reflections by 14 experienced artists… Disclosure! Take note that the website promotes business development for artists hence the emphasis on marketing in this article, however I still feel the article has validity for any emerging artist or those who are wishing to make their work more public. What 14 Artists Wish They Knew at the Start of
Congratulations goes to the Borderline members who run the Tenterfield Art Collective for winning the Retail Award and HCs for Innovation and for Tourism at the Tenterfield Business and Tourism Awards. They always have beautiful exhibitions and are well worth a visit! The Art Collective always has a beautiful exhibition on and are well worth a visit! Find them at Shop 1/199 Rouse
We just heard that Nola Sindel’s watercolour painting “Graptoveria Big Brother” won the Peoples’ Choice award at the recent Botanical Art Society of Australia exhibition in Sydney at the Botanical Gardens. Also, Anni Washington and Nola will have entries at the Daphne Young Watercolour Prize in Armidale in October. Good luck!
Well, that may be a little of an over excitement but we are very pleased to announce that two talented Borderline Regional Arts members, Louise Jenkins and Judy Harris had success at the 2017 Inverell Art Prize. Louise Jenkins; 1st with ‘Bordeaux I’ in the Pastel class Judy Harris; 2nd with ‘Paddock Reflections’ in the Open class Congratulations!
Our members Sue Jurd and Gay Landeta attended a Fibre Arts Workshop recently which they thoroughly enjoyed. Fibre Arts is offering Borderline members 5 x $250 scholarships, to attend either of 2018 Woodlawn (Lismore) live – in workshops. We thank Fibre Arts for their genrosity very much! Members, please contact Sue Jurd or Gay Landeta for further information